Sara Kieboom-Nijs is on her way to her home in France when she makes a stopover in Afferden on 12 March 2022 to visit the Dutch Golf Museum She wanted to see how the museum displays the golf-related stick and ball games. After all, years ago her husband Geert and she had given the museum a historic ‘crosse à brochon’, a baton and five special ‘choulettes’, egg-shaped balls with an original ‘sac au crochet’, carrying bag for those balls.
Sara is an expert in the field of stick-and-ball playing as jeu de crosse en malie.
Again she has a gift for the golf museum. This time a nice addition to the museum library. It is the 2021 book Choule, The Non-Royal but most Ancient Game of Crosse. An updated version of an earlier release.
We are very happy with it, because due to the limited edition, the book is not available in the bookstore. Just like the other four books about this game, which she and her husband Geert have written.
This interesting, golf-related game has been given a nice place in the large new stick and ball display case after the renovation of the Dutch Golf Museum, in addition to other games such as stock, croquet and
Also read the article in Golf.nl on the subject in question:
Golfkrant 49. April 2022 Sara Kieboom-Nijs over Choule