Wish you were here…

Postcards from Royal Liverpool Good, you clicked to the see the cards. I’ve set up a few from my collection that you might enjoy. The first two are from the early 1900s and depict the galleries at unknown events, but from the style and coloring appear to be from the same event. Neither are postmarked, and both have divided backs, […]

ghs zoom presentations

Stories told by the legends who lived them, presentations on remarkable golf collections, insights into golf history, art and more are the legacy of the GHS Grand Zoom Series. There is a fascinating scope of topics, each one a delight in so many ways. Enjoy the series and stay tuned for additional presentations. Dr. Bob Jones IV – An exclusive […]

rare postcards of los Angeles CC

By John Fischer III I am a collector of postcards (known as “deltiology”) with a golf theme. I’m usually looking for courses with some sort of history — early courses, courses which have hosted major events, ones in my hometown of Cincinnati, or ones which are interesting or pretty — and while postcards were very popular from the turn of […]

No golf for you, Mr. Ross

“I’m Sorry Sir, But Who Are You?” How a misinformed hotel concierge nearly barred Donald Ross from Los Angeles’ finest courses By David Moore For the first time in 75 years, golf’s biggest stage returns to the Hollywood lights with this year’s U.S. Open being hosted for the first time by Los Angeles Country Club. In just a few days […]

Oak Hill: A Restored Major Championship Masterpiece

By David Moore             In the coming days, the elite professional golfers will be descending upon Pittsford, N.Y. to compete in the 105th PGA Championship at Oak Hill Country Club, May 18-21, 2023. The historic Oak Hill was once called, “the best, fairest, and toughest championship golf course” by four-time major champion Ernie Els, and it looks to stay true to […]