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Hickory golf is a variation of golf played with hickory shafted golf clubs. In the United States the main organizing bodies are The Society of Hickory Golfers (SoHG) and the Golf Collectors Society; in Canada - The Canadian Golf Historical Society; in the UK - The British Golf Collectors Society; and leading on the continent, in Poland - Polish Hickory Golf Society and Hickory World. There are also quite active groups in Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Italy, Croatia, Sweden and Finland that conduct national tournaments.

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  • Hickory-Golf ist die traditionelle Variante des klassischen Golfsports, die mit Schlägern aus dem Holz des Hickorybaums gespielt wird. Diese Nussbaumart aus dem östlichen Nordamerika und China liefert das harte und zugleich elastische Holz für die Schäfte der Golfschläger. Bis zur Legalisierung der Stahlschäfte 1929 waren diese Schläger der Standard beim Golfspiel, John W. Fischer Jr. war 1936 der letzte Gewinner eines Major Championships (US Amateur Championship) mit Hickoryschlägern.
  • Hickory golf is a variation of golf played with hickory shafted golf clubs. In the United States the main organizing bodies are The Society of Hickory Golfers (SoHG) and the Golf Collectors Society; in Canada - The Canadian Golf Historical Society; in the UK - The British Golf Collectors Society; and leading on the continent, in Poland - Polish Hickory Golf Society and Hickory World. There are also quite active groups in Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Italy, Croatia, Sweden and Finland that conduct national tournaments.
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  • Hickory-Golf ist die traditionelle Variante des klassischen Golfsports, die mit Schlägern aus dem Holz des Hickorybaums gespielt wird. Diese Nussbaumart aus dem östlichen Nordamerika und China liefert das harte und zugleich elastische Holz für die Schäfte der Golfschläger. Bis zur Legalisierung der Stahlschäfte 1929 waren diese Schläger der Standard beim Golfspiel, John W. Fischer Jr. war 1936 der letzte Gewinner eines Major Championships (US Amateur Championship) mit Hickoryschlägern.
  • Hickory golf is a variation of golf played with hickory shafted golf clubs. In the United States the main organizing bodies are The Society of Hickory Golfers (SoHG) and the Golf Collectors Society; in Canada - The Canadian Golf Historical Society; in the UK - The British Golf Collectors Society; and leading on the continent, in Poland - Polish Hickory Golf Society and Hickory World. There are also quite active groups in Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Italy, Croatia, Sweden and Finland that conduct national tournaments. Part of the attraction of playing with hickory clubs is that they reintroduce 'feel' to the golf shot. Proponents also claim that hickory golf allows golfers to play classic golf courses as they are meant to be played.
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