The 19th Century
The first recorded women's tournament will be held in 1810 in Musselburgh, 1867, constituted the first Women's Golf Club in St Andrews. Outside the British mainland, it is the first club was recognized in 1820 in Bangalore, India. The hickory shaft is made from 1826 through to other woods, steel shaft 1891 is launched. From 1848 Feat Herie by the carry ond flying and cheaper manufactured percha ball is replaced, in turn, for the same reason in 1898 the Haskell ball, a wound rubber core, must go. The Open Championship, the oldest, still plays tournament is celebrating its premiere in 1860 in Prestwick. Young Tom Morris succeeds in 1867 first recorded hole in one. 1894 is establishing the USGA. The counting Stableford invented in 1898 and patented the tar 1899th
The 20th Century
Golf is at the Olympic games in 1900 and 1904 sport. 1902 grooves appear on the club face, 1905 Dimples on a golf ball, it will be 1910, the center-shafted putter and 1911, the steel shafts from the R & A again removed from the game. The PGA of America in 1916 constituted the first official representative body of professional golfers. Steel shafts are allowed everywhere again in 1929 and now finally oust the hickory shafts. The upper limit of 14 clubs per player per round will be applied first time in 1938. R & A and USGA in 1951 to agree a common framework, while not Stymie abolished, and center-shafted putter allowed again.
In 1963 to do the rubber grip (formerly leather) and cast iron (previously forged) their debut in 1969 following the graphite shaft and cavity back irons. The only previous two golf shots on the moon by astronaut Alan Shepard to run in 1971. The first metal driver heads are coming out in 1979 and replace the wood from Persimmon. Titanium is introduced as a material for wood in 1994 in the U.S. market and is carried in the sequence.