Glasgow Golf Club
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GLASGOW GOLF CLUB
Per chevron azure and argent, in chief a barrulet wavy argent and in base on a mount in base vert an oak tree proper, the stem at the base thereof surmounted by a salmon on its back, also proper, with a signet ring in its mouth or, on the top of the tree a redbreast and in the sinister fess point an ancient hand bell, both also proper, on a chief wavy argent between two pellets in pale two golf clubs heads upwards in saltire sable. Above the shield is placed a helm suitable to a society (videlicet: a salade proper lined gules) with a mantling azure doubled argent and in an escrol over the same this motto: SEMPER CUM SUPERBIA.
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