In the course of the years not much attention has been paid to the influence of nature on Scottish golf and continental colf, crosse and mail.
Why did players use wooden balls of approximately the same size? Could it be that golfers used balls defined by the size of boxwood branches?
Do we accept that the whippy feature of the ash wood shaft was enhanced by the moon phases and that the end of the playing season was determined by the growth of certain weeds?
Here you can read about our findings.