One of my favorite things is to make golf art from vintage reclaimed wood, vintage clubs, found golf balls and tees, and golf memorabilia.
I collect golf clubs and misc. golf items at thrift stores as well as using broken golf tees that I pick up while I am playing.
Some of the cooler clubs I sell on my Etsy golf site and on ebay, but most of them are added to my popular reclaimed wood golf plaques.
I started this branch of my business as a labor of love- I am a golf addict and I play multiple times a week, evening 9’s after a day at the shop and weekend rounds as well.
One of the first golf tee mandalas that I made was picked up by CBS’s Hawaii 5-0 as a set décor piece. That encouraged me to keep going with my unique brand of golf art.
Since then I’ve sold hundreds of pieces of unique, one-of-a-kind handmade golf art to people all over the country and abroad via my Etsy stores and at live shows and retail stores like Kudzu in Georgia.
Stores where you can find my Golf Art:
Kudzu Antiques, Sandy Springs and Decatur stores, GA.
The Artisan Market at 305, Downtown Durham, NC.
Going Local, NC, Wilmington, NC.
Sugar Magnolia Café & Emporium, Wake Forest, NC.