golf historian pete trenham receives distinguished service award

Peter Trenham, a Golf Heritage Society member for many years, was honored on Oct. 26, 2022, by the Golf Association of Philadelphia with its Distinguished Service Award. This award is bestowed upon individuals who have exemplified the spirit of the game of golf at its highest level and who have made a substantial contribution to the game locally, nationally or internationally.  […]

the great english golf boom

By Michael B. Morrison320 pages including over 200 illustrations, charts and mapsSelf-published, hardback and colour.Price: £29.50 U.K. post and packingTo order, and for U.S price and postage, email:Mike.Morrison57@outlook.com Reviewed by Pete Georgiady (Autumn 2022, The Golf) In the past few years a very palatable assortment of golf history books have been published. Michael Morrison’s in 2022 certainly fits that bill. […]

then and now

By Dave Barton, PGA Suffice it to say, individuals with disabilities are not a new thing but, let there be no doubt, the way “we humans” perceive and embrace individuals with disabilities has come a long way in many areas.  However, the journey for equality is most decidedly not over for those in our society who look or act “differently” compared […]

tiger collectible a rare ace

Under the heading of rare golf collectibles comes an item with a Tiger Woods pedigree, a ball he used to score an ace during the 1996 Greater Milwaukee Open. Click here for a Golf Digest story about the ball and why it’s coming up for auction now.

tee mold with wings

Tee molds are not new, but at least one inventor thought he, or she, would add a couple of wings for helpful fingers to provide some upward pressure whilst the thumb provided the downward force to place the sand. Apparently, this is not a common mold, at least in the experience of Canadian collector David Burgess who wrote (from a […]