The Gallant Golfer
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Inscription: PLAY THE GAME & FEAR NOT
It is thought that the game of golf was introduced to Britain during the middle ages. The game became very popular during the 18th century and this design is based on a contemporary image from that period of a golfer and his caddy. The phrase ‘Play the game and fear not’ comes from a book entitled Enquire Within Upon Everything published in 1923. This was the 113th edition of the famous compendium of knowledge and advice. If you know a golfing enthusiast then this could be an ideal gift for them. This wall plaque is something very different from much of the other golf based gifts on the market.
Fixing Points: Two holes: either side under the top banner
Dimensions: 8.5cm x 10.8cm