Object of desire
When the Royal Dublin Golf Club opened in 1884, its 250 members paid a £2 annual subscription and the entrance fee was eight guineas. A decade on, this, the first Irish Open Championship medal awarded, was won by Andrew (Andra) Kirkaldy (1860-1934) who played 78 strokes in the first round and 76 in the second. In a circular frame, with brooch attachment and safety chain, it will be sold with a copy of Kirkaldy’s book,...
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