This golf towel's one-of-a-kind design features an illustration originally published in The Philadelphia Inquirer's Sunday magazine on February 9, 1902. The illustration accompanied an article titled "What Golf Will Do For Women."
An excerpt from the original article:
"[Golf] can be played all the year, independent of atmospheric vicissitudes, during the seven ages of man, by delicate young girls as well as strong athletes, and even by decrepit old men whose declining powers do not admit of severe exertion."
The writer and illustrator are not explicitly mentioned in the original article.
- Design is printed on the microfiber polyester side of the towel
- Size: 14.5" x 25" (Includes brass clip ring)
- Brass clip ring makes it easy to adhere to most golf bags
- Material: Front – Microfiber polyester. Back – 100% cotton terry loops. 63% Polyester, 37% Cotton.
Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low. Do not bleach.
Processing time: 3-5 business days (towels are made-to-order)
Processing time does not include shipping time.