The usual golf club set will probably cost you at least $150 to $300. This set mostly includes all sets including drivers, irons, wedges, hybrids and a putter. Buying per piece when it comes to golf clubs will cost you more money. That is why most people prefer sets.
Golf club sets are more reasonable because you get an affordable price when you buy a set. You’ll probably spend what you spent on a set for only three pieces of clubs if you bought them per piece.
But some golf clubs will cost you thousands of dollars if you buy them per piece. These are not your ordinary clubs. Let’s just say, the money you spend on one of these clubs, you can buy more than 100 sets of clubs.
Here are the most expensive golf clubs out there.
Square Toe Light Iron Golf Club – Over $190,000
This particular iron club was manufactured way back in the 17th century. This club was auctioned back in 2007 at Sotheby’s Auction and it has the selling price of $151,000.
There are still a couple of these clubs lying around but you need quite the money to get one. It is also best to keep this one on display if you ever get your hands on one. The club is really old. But you can probably enjoy a couple of swings.
Simon Cossar Fruitwood Metal Headed Blade Putter – More than $215,000
Unlike the square toe, Simon Cossar’s masterpiece the fruitwood metal headed blade putter is made with pure metal. Cossar is one of the first golf artisans to sign his name on the clubs he made.
The shaft of the club is made from a rare fruitwood and to top it all off, a unique fastened hosel. Just like his signature on the club, these historical clubs date back to the 18th century and will pass the test of time. The details throughout this club are executed with finesse.
Andrew Dickson Long-Nosed Putter – Over $235,000
Andrew Dickson is known as the first-ever golf caddie back in the 17th century. Dickson served as a fore-caddie for the Duke of York back in 1681 during a match at the Leith Links park in Edinburgh.
Dickson then decided to create clubs and one of his greatest legacies is the Andrew Dickson Long-Nosed Putter. From that alone, you can probably figure out why his creation is considered the most expensive golf club ever made.
The putter has teeth-like blades underneath the clubhead making it stand out among other historical clubs.
There are more historic and iconic clubs out there and yes, some of them are made and used by people in our generation.