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Brief history of Forgan of St. Andrews
Hugh Philp was appointed club maker to the Society of St. Andrews (Later the Royal & Ancient) in 1819. He, and his clubs (Especially his putter), established a unique reputation and were in great demand. In 1852, Philp’s nephew, Robert Forgan, Took over the family business, and a combined ‘Philp Forgan’ motif was stamped on the clubs. Four years later, when Hugh Philp died, ‘Philp Forgan’ simply became ‘Forgan’. From that day forward, Robert and his brother James paid great attention to raw materials and pioneered the use of hickory for the shaft. To prevent unscrupulous merchants from switching the wood, the Forgans’ used a special hammer to stamp the family name on each piece of timber they selected for delivery.
In 1863, Robert Forgan was appointed club maker to the Prince of Wales and was allowed to use the Prince’s Feathers as a trademark on all his clubs. As business increased, so did the size of the company. Robert’s son, T.B. Forgan, joined his father’s company in 1881 and by 1895 the company had nearly 40 employees. By the turn of the century, Forgan was the largest equipment maker in St. Andrews and had fully merchandised their operation.
Forgan of St. Andrews is the oldest name in golf and the time tested tradition of providing superior products and service is being carried on to serve you as our valued customer.
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