Sunday, February 21, 2010

Golf Ball Carving



If anybody out there has never carved a golf ball I suggest giving it a try. You have no grain to worry about and most makes of golf balls carve nicely and they make a perfect gift for a golfer. If you want to see an excellent tutorial go to Chris Morgans Blog called The Missouri Woodcarver 
This is my first attempt at the tutorial and I will try a few more to try and improve.


Gene Messer has a good video on You Tube called Carving A Face On A Golf Ball  Give it a try also.


These were done following Genes video.

2 comments:

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  2. Golf balls were apparently made in Holland. It is true Holland. The Scots imported balls around the North Sea the barrel load. This issue as far back as 1496 and those are the balls. They were apparently made of wood. More than a croquet ball smaller than a golf ball. These wooden balls were used by the Dutch elm or beech.

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