GolfWRX has posted a terrific interview with Will Jacoby (below), maker of the Steurer & Jocoby line of bags, headcovers and other assorted goodies (like that sweet leather bag tag you get for joining the SOHG). Will — a funny and witty interviewee — recounts his experiences in the golf industry and how he got … More GolfWRX Interviews Will Jacoby of Steurer & Jacoby
Just got this message from a Vermont hickory player looking for some golf action in the Villages. Will be spending the month of April at The Villages and am looking for individuals, or a group at the complex for some hickory golf. If there are any group events in that time frame, not too far … More VT Hickory Player Looking for Players In the Villages for April
It was a glorious weekend in Mount Dora for our annual FHG gathering and tournament. This year the competition encompassed two days of golf to qualify for the Championship Trophies. On Friday we golfed at the County Club of Mount Dora for the first time. Will Peterson forged ahead with 30 Stableford points and Mike Hobson took … More FHG Holds 2017 Mt Dora Holiday Match
Our friends in the Metropolitan Hickory Society were recently featured in a nice article published by The Met Golfer Magazine. Download a .pdf of the article by clicking Met Hickory
The 2017 World Hickory Open – played in the lovely and breezy East Lothian section of — Scotland — has concluded. Scotland’s Fraser Mann took the title and a number of FHG players took part. Today’s Golfer has a solid story on the event, mentioning most of the notables and offering some excellent photos. For complete … More World Hickory Opens Wraps Up in Scotland
A publication called The Sun News just ran an excellent article about Mitch Laurance and his play at the Myrtle Beach World Amateur Handicap Championship with a full set of vintage hickories. It seems like Mitch is the first of 48,841 different players in the event’s 34-year history to tee off with hickories! It’s a … More Mitch Laurance Plays Hickories at Myrtle Beach World Am Championship
Tad Moore is releasing a few new clubs based on the famous (but kinda rare) aluminum Mills clubs. Below is an ad being run by the SoHG. I thought I’d reproduce it here so FHG members could get a peek at these beauties. Enjoy!