Barefoot on a precision mown, watered and coddled green - perfect.
IT BEGINS WITH THE HEATHER ON THE RUGGED HILLS OF SCOTLAND, GROWING FAST AND FERTILE, SMUDGING THE SLOPES WITH PURPLE AND WHITE.
The druids thought heather sacred. Brides and warriors thought it lucky.
Scotland’s sheep think it delicious and graze upon the ling (a name derived from the Norse Lyng, meaning fire).
Heather-grazing sheep grow wool steeped in fortune and fire, and that fine wool is shorn and sent to weavers to spin and dye.
That fine, lucky, energised wool goes to the last tartan mill in Scotland where they prepare, weave and finish authentic 16oz wool classic and contemporary plaids your own family or clan’s proud tartan.
A Scottish design, a lovingly crafted.
A Scottish Enterprise high growth enterprise, Tartan Golf Bags by Curtis Chisholm and Don Jack was Business of the Year 2015 finalists, chosen to represent Scotland in Scottish Development’s worldwide exhibition program and have featured in Europe’s most exclusive luxury magazines. They are admired by celebrities, photographed by the paparazzi, endorsed by Clan Chiefs and imbued with the beauty, fortune and burning stamina of Scotland itself.