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If it’s time to upgrade your golf clubs, golf bag, golf trolley or even how you look on the course, then try to support British made if you can. There is nowhere near as many clubs and equipment made in the UK as there once was, with many companies selling out to the Americans or manufacturers is Asia. But here are some sellers that still make in Britain at the time of writing.
Glenmuir was founded in Lanark, Scotland in 1891. For a 30 year period they provided golf shirts and knitwear to the Ryder Cup team. In 2001 Glenmuir was acquired by the Ruia Group, but they decided to stay true to their heritage and continue to manufacture their golf clothing garments in Scotland.
Forgan was founded in 1860 at “the home of golf” St Andrews. They were taken over by American owned Spalding in 1945 and made clubs in Scotland until 1963 when production was moved to Belfast. They still hand assemble clubs in the UK.
Glenbrae are renowned the world over with their heritage in Yorkshire. They create exceptional Golf knitwear and polo shirts as well as Golf accessories. And their golf knitwear is not only luxurious but also practical and hardwearing.
Scott Readman Concepts create quintessentially British putters and golf accessories. Their British made golf putters are CNC milled or forged to ensure aerospace precision and are then shaped, stamped, finished and hand-painted. They also have a range of putter covers, wood covers and golf ball markers that are designed and created in their workshop in Bristol, UK.