Wolf Point Club, Texas, scorecard, signed by golf course architect Mike Nuzzo, 2010 - "repair ball marks - highly unlikely"
Collecting golf scorecards is an interesting, enjoyable hobby which can be very time consuming. It can also be very expensive unless you choose the correct avenues to procure cards.
Scorecards are also interesting from a golf historical point of view as they indicate how golf courses have developed, changed and often been lengthened over the years.
A 2010 Caesaria Golf Club, Israel, scorecard - course was redesigned by Pete Dye 2007
I gather most of my German and European scorecards by actual visits to clubs whilst travelling around and playing golf. Other International cards I get by trading with overseas collectors. To successfully accomplish this you need a large quantity of duplicate cards.
So if you are surfing this site and you have any scorecards in that bag, which you no longer need please contact me, Christoph Meister, via e-mail at email@example.com and, I will be happy to take them off your hands. I am quite happy to cover any postal charges incurred. Other scorecard collectors are also most welcome to contact me in order to trade some duplicate score cards.