If you take golf seriously, having top-of-the-line gear is a must:
And for those looking to make a statement on the course, beyond having a masterful swing, owning one of the most expensive golf clubs in the world would turn heads (and close deals).
Although, the most expensive clubs on this list belong in a museum rather than a golf green.
In a list of the most expensive golf clubs in the world, the Maruman golf club may seem to be very affordable. Costing $2,000, this golf club of Maruman comes with a fullerene titanium head.
It has a light shaft and contains tungsten, which is what drives up the price of this golf club from your usual driver.
Maruman was one of the biggest sponsors of the Japanese PGA tour in the 90s.
Honma is one of the most famous manufacturers of golf clubs, known for using fine quality luxury materials, and over 400 craftsmen come together to produce some of the best and most expensive golf clubs in the world.
The Honma Golf’s Five Star golf club features 24-karat gold plating and Pt1000 platinum as well. One club in this set is worth $5,400, and the entire set will set you back by around $75,000.
All the clubs are handcrafted, and there is a waiting time of two months to get yours delivered.
This golf club comes from texas-based golf club maker Adams Golf. This company specializes in making customized golf clubs for specific players.
With the involvement of Tiger Woods’ coach Hank Haney, the company produced the Tight Lies line of golf clubs. The Spin Control club from this Tight Lies line of golf clubs is the most expensive one, having a price tag of $8,500.
The next golf club that makes an entry into the five-figure most expensive golf clubs list is the Gemspot OM 5 Deluxe Diamond. Worth $10,000, this golf club is manufactured by the GemspotJewelled Putters Company.
The clubs have a unique look with the addition of five diamonds to high-quality top-performance equipment. While the addition of these gemstones may not make you win the game, it will make you the envy of others on the golf course for sure.
This is a limited edition golf club, and only 21 units of this were produced.
The clubs are molded from copper and brass and are just like the golf club that Tiger Woods used in his outstanding victory in 1997.
If you want to buy even a single club from this set of 21 special clubs, it will set you back by $20,000.
Everyone knows that Spalding is a name to be reckoned with in the sports industry. While most people know it to be the maker of basketballs, the company also used to manufacture golf clubs.
The Palmer Patent Fork Shaft Wood was sold for a whopping $49,000 at a Sotheby’s auction in 2007. The club was a part of Jeffrey B. Ellis’ personal collection. The head of this club was nicknamed ‘The Spalding.’
The Long Nose Scraped Golf Club is one of the most expensive golf clubs in the world.
Dating back to the 18th century, this golf club, in a very well-preserved condition was sold at the unimaginable price of $91,000 at a Sotheby’s auction in 2007.
The unique Golden Putter First Lady Special Edition golf club comes at an extraordinary price – $150,000.
The club is made from cherry wood and has a thin coating of 24-karat gold on the shaft. There are diamonds encrusted on the club, and it has a leather grip, and the clubhead has crystal decorations.
This is one of the legendary creations of Simon Cossar, the first golf club maker to sign his name on his products.
The club features a metal-headed blade putter, a shaft made from rare fruitwood, and a complementary fastened hozel.
This antique golf club is the second most expensive golf club in the world and was sold at an auction for $165,000.
The Andrew Dickson Long-Nosed Putter is the most expensive golf club in the world. Sold at an auction for $181,000.
This is the oldest verified golf club in the world. The club has a stamp of Andrew Dickson and dates all the way back to the 1700s.