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Hannastown Golf Club celebrates 100 years in classic style

To celebrate its 100th anniversary, Hannastown Golf Club held Hickory Golf, where members played wearing clothing inspired by early 20th century golf.

The club, which opened in 1919, encouraged members to dress in period attire and play nine holes with hickory golf clubs.


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Bob Allshouse of Greensburg tees off with a wooden driver made of hickory on Saturday, June 15, 2019 during the first-time held Hickory Golf at Hannastown Golf Club. The event marked the 100th anniversary of the Hannastown Golf Club, which opened in 1919. Many of the 53 members who played wore clothing inspired by early 20th century golf.
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Members of Hannastown Golf Club play nine holes in early 20th century golfing attire on Saturday, June 15, 2019 during Hickory Golf at Hannastown Golf Club. The event marked the 100th anniversary of the Hannastown Golf Club, which opened in 1919.
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Members of the Hannastown Golf Club dressed in golfing attire inspired by the early 20th century on Saturday, June 15, 2019 during Hickory Golf at Hannastown Golf Club. The event marked the 100th anniversary of the Hannastown Golf Club, which opened in 1919. Members were encouraged to dress in period attire and play nine holes with hickory golf clubs.
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Cathy Mills of Miami, Florida, putts toward the hole while playing with wooden clubs and donning attire inspired by the early 20th century on Saturday, June 15, 2019 during Hickory Golf at Hannastown Golf Club.
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Drivers made from hickory are examined by members of Hannastown Golf Club on Saturday, June 15, 2019 during Hickory Golf. The event marked the 100th anniversary of the Hannastown Golf Club which opened in 1919.
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Bob Allshouse of Greensburg preps a bag of hickory golf clubs before a shotgun start at the first nine holes on Saturday, June 15, 2019 during the Hickory Golf at Hannastown Golf Club. The event, which drew about 53 members and was being hosted for the first time, marked the 100th anniversary of the Hannastown Golf Club, which opened in 1919. The celebration continues on Saturday, June 22 with a steak fry. Organizers Craig Mankins and Mike Keating said they hope to make it a tradition.
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Hannastown Golf Club members Andrea Randall and Judy Payne, (background) both of Greensburg practice with wooden putters on Saturday, June 15, 2019 during Hickory Golf at Hannastown Golf Club.
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