A golf club is a tool used in the game of golf, promoted by the Scots as their revenge on the rest of the world. The club consists of a staff with a flat striking head, used to hit a small, defenseless ball. It’s a period artifact, depicted in a Flemish book of hours (the so-called “Golf Book” by Simon Bening) c.1540; but unsurprisingly, it’s not found in period heraldry.
The golf club has its handle to chief by Society default.
Torquil MacTaggart the Steadfast bears: Vert, two golf clubs crossed in saltire, on a chief rayonny argent three pellets.
Murdoc MacKinnon bears: Vert, on a bend embattled counter-embattled between two golf clubs inverted in saltire and an Irish harp Or, a greatsword sable.