McIntyre Golf Company

The “Park”
line cut gutta percha
c. 1850-1905

The “Braid”
line cut limited flight
c. 1850-1905

The “Vardon”
bramble gutta percha
c. 1898-1905

The “Ouimet”
mesh pattern replica
c. 1905-1930

The “RTJ”
small dimple replica
c. 1908-1935

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Oct 13, 2013

McIntyre Golf is developing a limited flight ball for use with pre-1900 golf clubs. Although we love the gutta percha ball for its history and its unique “click”, the gutta percha material is expensive, and it is a prolonged process to manufacture. Each ball must be individually hand molded and then painted 4-5 times, followed by a final application of polyurethane.

The McIntyre “Braid... Read More

Jun 5, 2013

I would like to take this time to thank many of you who have offered encouragement, comments and mentoring advice as I have taken on this new interest in my life.

Chris McIntyre has been a superb mentor. His methods have given us these great replica golf balls for hickory play. Many years of trial and experimentation were needed to get where we are. Randy Jensen has brought a wealth of... Read More

Apr 26, 2013

The McIntyre Golf Company’s traditional golf ball lines of the Victor 1920s era ball and our “Park” Percha ball have always been approved for SOHG play. The new RTJ small dimple ball and Ouimet mesh ball are also approved for  SOHG play.  

The Braid limited flight gutta replacement ball (due out in July) is being evaluated by Gutta Percha tournament directors for tournament play.  We... Read More

Apr 23, 2013

Watch our site in the future for specialty balls that we will produce approximately once per quarter. These will be limited production golf balls from rare antique molds that we have available in the shop. These models will be of limited availability because we may only have one mold set for each of these specialty balls, thus limiting our overall ball... Read More


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