In our 155-year history, we are proud to have created accolades for many sporting achievements including golf. As we are based in Scotland, the international home of the sport, we have proudly crafted trophies for amateur games and professional championships including The Scottish Open, the Archerfield Ladies' Day Cup and the Carnegie Cup.
Carnegie Club Member & Guest Trophy
The Member and Guest Trophy was commissioned for The Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle in 2014 to award the winning team of the club’s annual Member and Guest Golf Tournament. The tournament is played over two days at Carnegie Links Championship Course in a two-ball, better-ball format.
Carnegie Club: The Carnegie Cup
Played for in 2018, the NetJets Carnegie Cup tournament was a Europe versus USA Ryder Cup-style invitational event played over the Carnegie Links at Skibo Castle.
The Carnegie Cup was commissioned as the trophy for the winning team, along with individual medals that were awarded to all participants.
Speaking of the creation process, apprentice silversmith George Douglas said,
"We were briefed to create a trophy that captured the essence of the Carnegie Club. Crafted from sterling silver, we started with the staircase-inspired handles. They defined the design of the whole trophy. Once we had settled on the design and size of the handles, we created the gilded bowl and forged it on to the stem."
Archerfield Links Ladies' Day Trophy
The Archerfield Ladies Day Trophy was crafted in our workshops in Sterling Silver. Designed to be classic and timeless, the inspiration for the trophy’s design came from a collection of hand-drawn sketches from the Hamilton & Inches archive.
The hand-planished bowl has elegant proportions and is held by two distinctive handles. It sits on a hand-chased knop in a golf ball and tee design and mounted on a mahogany base, turned on the wood lathe in-house.
The trophy has been hand-engraved with the Ladies Day and Archerfield Links logos. Winners’ names are placed on a Sterling Silver plinth band around the mahogany base.
Scotland: The Home of Golf
The first historical record of golf in Scotland dates back to 15th century. Although banned between 1457 - 1502, it was popular with all walks of life including royalty.
King James IV was partial to a game, purchasing his first clubs in 1502 whilst Mary Queen of Scots played at the Musselburgh Old Links in 1672, the world's oldest existing golf club.
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