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Original H. Marshall Gardiner post card from the 1920's.
"PHOSTINT" The Detroit Publishing Company,
divided back, unused, mint condition.

Sankaty Head Golf Club is one of the few examples of a links-style course in the United States. The course was designed by Emerson Armstrong and opened in 1923. It is a private course and still sustains one of the few remaining Caddy Camps in the world. This is a water hazard you'll want to stay away from. Note view of Sankaty Head Lighthouse in background.

"Caddy Camp.
The Sankaty Head Caddy Camp is one of the last remaining caddy camps in the United States and the world. It is home to 70 caddies and staff members alike and is located just off the 11th hole on the course. After being selected through an application process, caddies come to this camp from all over the United States and abroad".

Water Hazard, Sankaty Head Golf Club, Nantucket post card. Gardiner, PHOSTINT



  • Vintage item from the 1920s
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