Vintage Golf Shaft Umbrella

  • A golf club's work is never done. After years of course play, old woods and irons find themselves back on the course in an all purpose vintage themed umbrella.  Rain, wind & sun resistant.
  • Clubs used are found in our attics, basements and garages, something a golfer is unable to part with.  Steel shaft "taper tips" have the stepping pattern that is integral to the club's balance and torque.
  • Quality canopy mechanism with tie closure.  Canopy 35% cotton, 65% polyester.
  • 48" open, spread over rugged fiberglass ribs.
  • 36" long.
  • 1 year warranty from date of purchase.
  • Gift boxed with certificate of authenticity


Additional Product Information

Scotland is credited with inventing the game of golf in the 15th century. In that era, golf heads were made from beech, holly, pear or apple bark, and shafts were constructed from ash or hazelwood. In the 19th century, golf came to the US and players used twenty to thirty wooden clubs for various functions. As the sport became more popular in the States in the early twentieth century, persimmon became the wood of choice for golfers worldwide and groove-faced irons were introduced. Simultaneously, shafts transitioned from hickory to being made of steel. In 1939, official regulations established the maximum of fourteen clubs per bag. In the early 1990s, the stainless steel-headed driver was introduced, forcing the wood-headed drivers into storage from which we salvage them.