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Canadian Pros

Canada's early professional golfers were mostly transplanted Scotsmen who brought their skills and crafts to this country and, through their teaching abilities, implanted their knowledge wisely in our early golf enthusiasts. They were also club-makers who produced finished clubs from heads and shafts imported to Canada. Among the Canadian club-makers "making" woods and irons at this time were George Cumming, Karl Keffer, Charles R. Murray, and J. H. Oke. As well as being club-makers and professional golfers, these men were also Canadian champions.

Charles Murray | Karl Keffer