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Golfers Collection

Background imageGolfers Collection: Walton Heath Golf Club, 1932

Walton Heath Golf Club, 1932
Members of Walton Heath Golf Club, Surrey, 1932. Date: 1932

Background imageGolfers Collection: Portmarnock Golf Links

Portmarnock Golf Links
Two golfers tee off at Portmarnock, one of Irelands finest links courses

Background imageGolfers Collection: Bobby Jones, golfer, in action at Lytham St Annes

Bobby Jones, golfer, in action at Lytham St Annes, watched by a large group of spectators. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageGolfers Collection: Three lady golfers, 1914

Three lady golfers, 1914
Famous female golfers who fought a strenuous battle for the Cheshire Ladies Championship at Wallasey in April 1914. From left to right, Miss Gladys Ravenscroft (American champion)

Background imageGolfers Collection: Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh

Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh
Mels Scottish Tour - Royal Burgess Golfing Society of Edinburgh. The club, at Barnton is the next oldest golf club in the world to Royal Blackheath having been formed in 1735. Date: 1935

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golf Clubs & Golfers - Woodcote Park Golf Club, Coulsdon

Golf Clubs & Golfers - Woodcote Park Golf Club, Coulsdon
A series of caricatures of the members of Woodcote Park golf club in Coulsdon, Surrey

Background imageGolfers Collection: Members of the Nevill Golf Club

Members of the Nevill Golf Club
A selection of celebrity golfers from the Nevill Golf Club, Tunbridge Wells. Clockwise from top left: G.H Blanksby, L.J Langford, H

Background imageGolfers Collection: A Subtle Competition by H. M. Bateman, golfing fashion

A Subtle Competition by H. M. Bateman, golfing fashion
Cartoon by the master of social satire, H. M. Bateman showing two men in competition to wear a series of increasingly outrageous golf outfits

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golf Club, Hyannisport, Cape Cod, Mass, USA

Golf Club, Hyannisport, Cape Cod, Mass, USA, with two men playing on the green. Date: 1926

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golf Clubs & Golfers - Harewood Downs by Mel

Golf Clubs & Golfers - Harewood Downs by Mel
The Harewood Downs Golf Club pictured by caricaturist Mel and featuring W. E. Stewart, J. A. B. Davidson, Jock Watt, Sir Herbert Wright, Dr. H. J. Henderson, M.C. A. E

Background imageGolfers Collection: Blackheath Goffer

Blackheath Goffer
To the Society of Goffers (golfers) At Blackheath Mr William Innes, merchant, plays golf on the heath. A caddy holds his clubs

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golf at Wimbledon 1893

Golf at Wimbledon 1893
A group of male golfers putt out during a round at Wimbledon. Date: 1893

Background imageGolfers Collection: Alpine Golf poster

Alpine Golf poster
Poster advertising the 18 hole golf course at Carezzo al Lago in the Italian Dolomites, along with the Grand Hotel where enthusiastic golfers can stay

Background imageGolfers Collection: The Presidents Putter 1928

The Presidents Putter 1928
A cartoon by Mel featuring some of the competitors in the Presidentss Putter. The matchplay competition is held every January at the Rye Golf Club in East Sussex

Background imageGolfers Collection: Grit by Wilmot Lunt

Grit by Wilmot Lunt
A young caddy takes a rest while a golfer tenaciously (and with increasing fury) attempts to get the ball out of a sandy bunker. Date: 1927

Background imageGolfers Collection: In the Sand 1902

In the Sand 1902
A gentleman plots his escape from the sand as his partner and caddies look on

Background imageGolfers Collection: The New Word in Golf by H. M. Bateman

The New Word in Golf by H. M. Bateman
H. M. Bateman at his explosive best with this cartoon of an irate elderly golfer who fills the air with Anglo-Saxon expletives in frustration at his golf game

Background imageGolfers Collection: The Royal Wimbledon Golf Club

The Royal Wimbledon Golf Club
Members of the Royal Wimbledon Golf Club, caricatured by Mel in The Tatler. 1933

Background imageGolfers Collection: The Royal West Norfolk Golf Club

The Royal West Norfolk Golf Club
Caricatures of members of the Royal West Norfolk Golf Club at Brancaster depicted by Tatler cartoonist, Mel. Date: 1933

Background imageGolfers Collection: Teddy bear playing golf

Teddy bear playing golf, with caddy standing in the background. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageGolfers Collection: Worplesdon Golf Club

Worplesdon Golf Club
Worplesdon golf course " one of the prettiest golf courses in Surrey" with caricatures of various members including Captain G.A. Moxon and A.P.F. Chapman

Background imageGolfers Collection: Walter Hagen, American professional golfer

Walter Hagen, American professional golfer
Walter Charles Hagen (1892-1969), American professional golfer, seen here at Royal Lytham St Annes golf course on 24 June 1926. Date: 1926

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golfer James Braid at the PGA on Romford Links

Golfer James Braid at the PGA on Romford Links
Black and white photo of golfer James Braid playing the seventeenth green at the Professional Golfers Association tournament on the Romford Links. Braid went on to win the match. 1902

Background imageGolfers Collection: Allan Robertson and Tom Morris playing golf

Allan Robertson and Tom Morris playing golf. 1889

Background imageGolfers Collection: Seaford Golf Club cartoons

Seaford Golf Club cartoons
A cartoon by Mel of golfers from Seaford Golf Club, Blatchington. Date: 1939

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golfers at the Redan, North Berwick

Golfers at the Redan, North Berwick
A group of well-known people at the famous hole on the North Berwick links: Miss Katherine Tennant on the left, then Lady Oxford; Lady Dorothy Macmillan; Mrs Sylvester Gates; Lady Constance Hatch;

Background imageGolfers Collection: Members of Cuddington Golf Club, Surrey, 1933

Members of Cuddington Golf Club, Surrey, 1933. Date: 1933

Background imageGolfers Collection: Distinctions with a Difference at Gleneagles

Distinctions with a Difference at Gleneagles
Illustration showing a fashionable trio at famous Scottish golf course, Gleneagles. The chap in the middle wears wide plus fours and a lurid, patterned tank top

Background imageGolfers Collection: Langley Park Golf Club, Beckenham

Langley Park Golf Club, Beckenham
Series of caricatures of the members of Langley Park golf club in Beckenham, Kent which opened in 1910, and was originally known as Parklangley Club

Background imageGolfers Collection: Lady golfer (1928)

Lady golfer (1928)
A lady golfer in a chic outfit surveys the sky after hitting the ball, while a group of admiring fellow golfers appear suitably impressed

Background imageGolfers Collection: Sportex poster

Sportex poster
Advertising poster for Sportex mens clothing showing two dapper gents dressed immaculately in plus fours and jackets ready for a round of golf

Background imageGolfers Collection: Rabbits, I believe by George Studdy

Rabbits, I believe by George Studdy
Bonzo and brother cannot think what a nice round hole if for unless it be a rabbits doorway! Bonzo, the comic, canine creation of George Studdy totally ruins the ninth hole on a golf course by

Background imageGolfers Collection: The Lost Ball - Heath Robinson Cartoon

The Lost Ball - Heath Robinson Cartoon
The Lost Ball. Golfers try in vain to retrieve a lost ball in a lake on a golf course. It appears that a passing fish has swallowed it!

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golfers and their Car

Golfers and their Car
A golfinc couple arrive at the course in their splendid vehicle

Background imageGolfers Collection: Little Miss Muffit by Lesley Butler - golf humour 1930

Little Miss Muffit by Lesley Butler - golf humour 1930
A nervous female golfer watched by other golfers, some encouraging, some obviously impatient. Date: 1930

Background imageGolfers Collection: Men and women playing golf at Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire

Men and women playing golf at Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire
Men and women playing a round of golf on a course at Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. Date: 1922

Background imageGolfers Collection: Kenneth Wagg & Ian Fleming at Whites Club golf tournament

Kenneth Wagg & Ian Fleming at Whites Club golf tournament
Novelist Ian Fleming pictured with Kenneth Wagg at a Whites Club golf tournament in Sandwich, Kent, in July 1938. Date: 1938

Background imageGolfers Collection: Advert, Paraphrasia Tarda, golfers on green

Advert, Paraphrasia Tarda, golfers on green

Background imageGolfers Collection: North Berwick golf links

North Berwick golf links

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golf Links, Meyrick Park, Bournemouth, Dorset

Golf Links, Meyrick Park, Bournemouth, Dorset - Painted by landscape artist Alfred Robert Quinton for the Sevenoaks based publishing and printing company J

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golf in New Zealand, outdoor sporting portraits

Golf in New Zealand, outdoor sporting portraits with clubs, of the Christchurch and Dunedin Ladies Golf teams and (male) Golfers'. Date: 1895

Background imageGolfers Collection: Walter Hagen Caricature

Walter Hagen Caricature
Caricature of the American golfer Walter Hagen (1892-1969), known for his dashing wardrobe as well as his golfing skills. Date: 1933

Background imageGolfers Collection: A Green at Gleneagles

A Green at Gleneagles
The green of the fourteenth hole at Gleneagles golf course, here playing host to the Women's Open championship. Date: 1933

Background imageGolfers Collection: John De Forest with Golf Trophy

John De Forest with Golf Trophy
John De Forest (1907-1997), winner of the Open Amateur Golf Championship at Muirfield, with his trophy. Date: 1932

Background imageGolfers Collection: Advert for North British Golf Balls

Advert for North British Golf Balls
An advert for North British Golf Balls, manufactured in Edinburgh. The advert extols their unfailing accuracy'. Date: 1932

Background imageGolfers Collection: Bell at Gleneagles

Bell at Gleneagles
The all clear bell on the third green at Gleneagles golf course had been salvaged from a boat called Stella'. Date: 1932

Background imageGolfers Collection: Leslie Henson Golfing

Leslie Henson Golfing
Comedian Leslie Henson (1891-1957) posing on the golf course. At the time he was appearing in the farce It's A Boy! at the Strand Theatre. Date: 1931

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golfing in the Congo

Golfing in the Congo
A golf course at Elizabethville in the Belgian Congo. The Elizabethville Golf Club had about 100 members, mainly British and Belgian. Date: circa 1931



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