Our Favorite Golf Antiques

December 12, 2023

Our Favorite Golf Antiques

You can explore centuries of golf history through our collection of prints, posters, and authentic autographs. Starting with a famed and historic scene from the Old Course at St. Andrews, and continuing on to a collection of signatures by some of the most talented American golfers, we have lots of options to peruse and purchase! Enjoy this collection below and make sure to visit our website for our full collection of antique sporting art and memorabilia! 

American Golf Legends Signature Collage

American Golf Legends Signature Collage

The most celebrated golfers of the 20th century are honored together in this magnificent one-of-a-kind golf signature collectible collage. Included in the collage are the authentic signatures of Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Ben Hogan, Gene Sarazen, Byron Nelson, and Sam Sneed. All elite players, these men amassed record Masters and PGA titles, elevated and progressed the game of golf, and captivated the attention and admiration of generations of fans. 

"The Golfers: A Grand Match Played over St. Andrew's Links" after Charles Lees, First Edition, Circa 1850
Newly on sale, The Golfers: A Grand Match Played Over the St. Andrews, is a hand-colored engraving by Charles E. Wagstaff after the famous painting by Charles Lees. The engraving captures a moment from the Royal & Ancient 1841 October meeting, set on the 'Ginger Beer hole' at the Old Course at St. Andrews. Dozens of well known golfers can be identified by the accompanying key (included on the back of this engraving for reference.) As a renown portrait painter, Lees took pride in painting the true likeness of the actual players and spectators.
"Come to Britain for Golf" Vintage Travel Poster, Circa 1952

This is a 1952 vintage travel poster, entitled “Come to Britain for Golf.” In the scene, four men play a relaxing game of golf in the golden light of Autumn. As the eye is drawn to the background, the poster showcases Britain’s rolling hills and luxurious country clubs. The poster was published by the Travel Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to promote Britain as a holiday destination.






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