On September 27-28, Sotheby's auctioned off some 800 antique clubs from collector Jeffrey B. Ellis. Here are some of the choicest offerings, along with our advice on how the winners can find other ways to get more bang for their buck.
Square-toe light iron
Behold what may be the world's oldest club. Made circa 1600 and boasting a unique square toe, it was designed for use from sandy or stony lies.
Alternate uses: Garden hoe for mansion lawn maze; Moses' staff for grade-school production of The Ten Commandments.