Made by hand the same way they originally were, circa 1600-1850.
Where it all began
The art of the original feathery golf ball was thought to have been lost to the sands of time. But with the recent revival of hickory-shafted golf clubs in use by enthusiasts the world over, there has come a new interest in some of the other original elements of the sport. And it is this curiosity and desire to resurrect a long-forgotten manufacturing skill that led Richard Jones to dig deep into the history of golf, where history and folklore are often entwined.