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#1 nickflaim

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Posted 12 January 2018 - 11:34 PM

Hey All

I recently moved to Texas from Michigan. In my old house in Michigan I had a golf room set up in the basement to store my equipment (Clubs, bags, shoes, etc) but now in Texas, I have moved into a house with no basement and a fiancé, so all my golf stuff has been relegated to the garage.

How do you guys store your extra stuff? If anyone could include pictures, that would be nice. She who must be obeyed has suggested we go to the Container Store next weekend, not sure this is something I want to do.......

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Posted 13 January 2018 - 06:05 AM

Sorry, no pics..

No basement here: I have a 10x20 workshop directly off of the garage. It's pretty much where my golf stuff goes.

1. Work bench: vice grips/clamps, grip station, club making, etc

2. Used nails for all my hats/visors on walls. Also my rain jackets, rain hats, etc.

3. I have 2 separate golf bag racks that hold a total of 4 bags, with other storage options. Got at Walmart I think.

4. Built my own shoe rack: holds my 6-7 pairs

5. Built a simple Club stand that holds some extra/loose clubs.

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Posted 13 January 2018 - 09:03 AM

Most of my golf items are over one hundred years old and quite a bit of it is art. My wife is not a huge fan of the golf collection other than when I sell something for a bag of cash.

I cut a deal with her sometime ago that I would have a home office and it would be of my own decor. Hence the golf office- it is fairly sweet with a Masters Jacket and a 1965 Ryder Cup Jacket hanging on the closet, a wall of golf art dating back to the 1700 and 1800s and clubs scattered around the room from the 1800s.

My main issue is: I have more items than I have room for so I have secretly and quietly expanded to the kidsí gameroom. I have an original oil painting of Walter Hagen hanging in there and an original 1895 golf print of the 1895 Open Championship Field. I have a couple more items to be framed yet, but they will likely make it into that room as well. Once the kids get to old for that room I will make it a movie theater with my golf items on the walls.

The argument is easier to make if your golf stuff has some value- or if you can keep it in the house without looking like a stack of s###. Maybe try to convince her that you will build or buy a vintage looking wooden golf locker.

Edited by Andrew Bond of Glencoe, 13 January 2018 - 09:05 AM.


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Posted 13 January 2018 - 09:57 AM

View PostAndrew Bond of Glencoe, on 13 January 2018 - 09:03 AM, said:

Most of my golf items are over one hundred years old and quite a bit of it is art. My wife is not a huge fan of the golf collection other than when I sell something for a bag of cash.

I cut a deal with her sometime ago that I would have a home office and it would be of my own decor. Hence the golf office- it is fairly sweet with a Masters Jacket and a 1965 Ryder Cup Jacket hanging on the closet, a wall of golf art dating back to the 1700 and 1800s and clubs scattered around the room from the 1800s.

My main issue is: I have more items than I have room for so I have secretly and quietly expanded to the kids’ gameroom. I have an original oil painting of Walter Hagen hanging in there and an original 1895 golf print of the 1895 Open Championship Field. I have a couple more items to be framed yet, but they will likely make it into that room as well. Once the kids get to old for that room I will make it a movie theater with my golf items on the walls.

The argument is easier to make if your golf stuff has some value- or if you can keep it in the house without looking like a stack of s###. Maybe try to convince her that you will build or buy a vintage looking wooden golf locker.

Pictures please!! I'm starting my journey that is my golf den. Looking for good coffee table books, decor, ideas, etc..

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Posted 14 January 2018 - 02:50 PM

I pretty much access this site from my phone. I am not sure how to download photos.


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Posted 14 January 2018 - 07:03 PM

View Postnickflaim, on 12 January 2018 - 11:34 PM, said:

Hey All

I recently moved to Texas from Michigan. In my old house in Michigan I had a golf room set up in the basement to store my equipment (Clubs, bags, shoes, etc) but now in Texas, I have moved into a house with no basement and a fiancé, so all my golf stuff has been relegated to the garage.

How do you guys store your extra stuff? If anyone could include pictures, that would be nice. She who must be obeyed has suggested we go to the Container Store next weekend, not sure this is something I want to do.......

HELP!
Pictures please!  I want to see if the fiance is worth turning in your Man Card.

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