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  1. Golf Ball in Post

    Ok, I admit that I like to make unique items, so here's another one. The wood is from a section of a cedar post, and that is a real golf ball (not a sponge fake). I have tried to show all sides of the "cube" as close up as my camera will permit for the photos. Enjoy. p.s. - I see that there...
  2. Coat Tree - Golf Style

    I gave my sister a year to get her golf clubs out of my garage. The deadline passed - So I dusted them off and took my hacksaw to them (don't worry, they were good-for-nothing). The final product came out nice a sturdy. The four irons made it a little top heavy, so the base is a little bigger...
  3. The Big Mo-Fo

    A little parody of mine to poke some fun at how huge driver heads have become lately. My plan is to have The Big Mo-Fo in my bag for the next scramble where the number of beers drank often exceeds the number of triple bogeys, but who's counting. This should be fun. Power carved out of some...
  4. Military Projects-Part One

    Completed 1986-96. Once your commander knows that you're a woodworker, you're pretty much assured of bringing some "work" home. The golf display cabinet was a going-away gift from our squadron to the wing commander. He really liked it! I even used dovetail joints for the case construction...
  5. Oval marquetry table for the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrew

    Here it is guys the table is done. Lots and lots of hours of work. Best marquetry from my part so far. Letters were real challenge but surprisingly and against all odds its done. Enjoy :)
  6. Golf Ball in a Block of Wood

    Here was a fun one that I made recently. These make great gifts and you'll have your friends and family scratching their heads trying to figure out how you did it. It's a Golf Ball in a Block Wood. . . I have more pictures and a video over at my other site on woodlogger.com
  7. Putter Rack

    Hi Everyone! Long time lurker here, but I finally finished a real project that I felt comfortable sharing. Other than woodworking, I enjoy me some golf and thought making a putter rack would be a cool project. And it was. This is a prototype design I made as a surprise for an out-of-state...
  8. Golf Bag Locker

    Free and easy plans for this golf cart locker in link below. http://rogueengineer.com/diy-golf-locker/
  9. Golf Theme Wall Sconces

    In decorating my golf man cave, I finally got around to making the wall sconces. I still have 4 more to do, but they will be the same style with different silhouttes. The frame is 3/4" Cherry, and the silhoutte is scroll sawed 1/8" ply, and painted with a hammered metal type rattle can. They...
  10. Home Golf Center

    I made this from 1 sheet of MDF plywood, it has been a real hit with my golfing buddies. As you can see it holds 2 golf bags and the shelves give you plenty of storage for golf ball, shoes and so much more. You can get free plans to make your own by visiting my site at...
  11. Ladder Golf Set

    I helped a buddy make this in preparation for the nice summer weather. He wanted something that was going to stay put. That's why the bases are so huge. Materials only cost ~$30 at Home Depot. The bases are 2×12, the uprights are tubafores and the crossbars are 1/2" PVC. I attached the...
  12. Mission Style Chessboard

    This is a chessboard I made as a gift for my father who is a golf fanatic. The chessboard is made of quilted maple and claro walnut. The frame is quartersawn white oak. The finish is tung oil with polyurethane topcoat. The chesspieces are called the "History of Golf" chess pieces from Studio...
  13. Golf ball display case/lamp

    I made this golf ball display case/lamp for a friend a few years ago. Black Walnut with a poly finish.
  14. Gift for Friend

    My friend's wedding was this past December, it was a destination wedding, in Hawaii. To be more specific, Maui. It was a great time. I had gotten a wedding gift for the bride and him and shipped it off to their apartment in Seattle so it would be there when they got back from their honeymoon...
  15. Golf Ball Display

    You know what they say, "If you are making one you might as well make two." Also, the old adage, "Measure twice, cut once." Well, that only works if you measure twice correctly. This storage rack was supposed to match the one I made for my friend, but a routing error changed that. Other than...
  16. Golf Ball Rack

    Made this for my brothers graduation present. It is made with pine, and the shelves are topped with AstroTurf. I used white tees and a black felt background to emphasize the golf balls.
  17. Focus on the Workspace
    Actually, I did a search and they used this a couple years ago on April first. vertical work bench The really sad thing? I want one!
  18. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Well, I sold my Grizzly 1022 in hopes to use the money once my next saw came across CL… And tonight it did! I got my 1965 Delta 34-450 10" Unisaw tonight for $400 (came with the original motor cover and a Rockwell tenoning jig). It's a 115v/220v 1.5hp model. It needs a good cleaning, and...
  19. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hello, I am seeking information on a Ryobi TS1341 Miter Fence. The saw is only about a year old and the cuts are great but not at 90 degrees unless I cut a long piece. I used a large square and found that the center of both side of the miter fence on the inside (center) are note square, but...
  20. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Hey all, I haven't asked a question on here in some time, but I have something that I just can't seem to find the answer to. I've been using a flush trim router bit, the type with a bearing, to template route some curved pieces for a current project. The material I'm routing is maple, and as...
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