Handmade Vintage Monkey Drops Ball India Golf Sign
Historical Golf Sign "Play The Ball Where The Monkey Drops It" | Handmade Vintage | Golf History | Britain India | Golf Course Sign Replica
Historical Golf Sign "Play The Ball Where The Monkey Drops It" | Handmade Vintage | Golf History | Britain India | Golf Course Sign Replica
Vintage Sign Projects

Historical Golf Sign "Play The Ball Where The Monkey Drops It" | Handmade Vintage | Golf History | Britain India | Golf Course Sign Replica

Regular price $50.00 $0.00
"Play The Ball Where The Monkey Drops It" sign, in green on white. In 1892 the British built the first golf course in India, the Royal Calcutta Golf Course. An unforeseen problem was that monkeys would run in and snatch balls, the British attempted trapping, shooting, etc , but eventually a rule was established: "Play The Ball Where The Monkey Drops It" The golf course is still in operational today.

This piece measures 11.75x14.75x0.25 inches, approx.520 grams.

  • Handmade, each sign is unique
  • Weathered/aged style
  • Screen printed/hand painted
  • Paint on plywood
  • Polyurethane top coat
  • Saw tooth hanger mounted on back
Vintage Sign Projects - Est. 1998

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