Picture and history included with each pen

This pen was handcrafted from hardwood removed from the Penobscot Valley Country Club's clubhouse during its demolition in the fall of 2000. The old clubhouse located in Orono, Maine was destroyed to make room for a new facility.

The Clubhouse was once the McNulty homestead, surrounded by beautiful farmlands. In 1921, the McNulty farm was purchased by the Penobscot Realty Co., and in 1923 the Penobscot Valley Country Club was incorporated.

The Club hired the famous golf course architect Donald J. Ross to design and oversee the construction of the course. Ross is considered "The Master Architect", and his genius may be seen on many older courses such as Inverness, Seminole, Pinehurst No. 2, as well as Penobscot Valley.

The McNulty farmhouse was transformed into a clubhouse in 1924. Since that time, the Clubhouse has been the site of numerous memorable occasions. Time has taken its toll, and after more than 75 years it was necessary to build a new structure. Fortunately, some hardwood was saved to craft these collectible pens and help keep the memories alive.

For more information on Penobscot Valley Country Club, call 1-207-866-2060.  

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