Days Gone By…

The Faultless Rubber Company had "a ball" assisting golf pro Lee Trevino with his game. In the 1970s, Faultless golf products developed a solid, one-piece golf ball turning out more than 30,000 balls per day at a cost of 25¢ a piece. The Country Club of Ashland golfers were known to use the ball in play and for tournament giveaways. The advertisement below tells of Trevino's endorsement of the Faultless golf ball.

One of the goals of the Ashland County Historical Society is to educate our community about the people and events that have shaped our history. This page will be updated periodically with photos that commemorate and honor the important people, places and events that have contributed to our county’s rich history. Many of these photos are taken from the books written by Chris Box, Director of the Ashland County Historical Society. The books, "Images of America, Ashland" and "Postcard History Series, Ashland," are available in our gift shop.