What are thought to be the first ever golf clubs made in New Zealand will go under the hammer at Sotheby's in London in a fortnight.
Auctioneer Graham Budd says the five wooden clubs were discovered in a small farming village in Otago.
He says they were made in the days of Scottish settlers beginning a new life in the province.
Mr Budd says the clubs are probably the earliest known examples of traditional handcrafted club making from New Zealand.
They're expected to fetch up to £600.
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