Spargo Golf Moving from Mulligan’s Island, Opening Shop at Button Hole

Spargo Golf has is in the process of moving their shop from Mulligan’s Island in Cranston to Button Hole in Providence. 

“The studio will be on the range and the workshop will be attached to the Rhode Island Golf Association office,” confirms Spargo. 

Spargo confirms that the shop will open on March 6. 

Spargo provides all types of services for golfers, including club fitting, club fixing, club making and other customizations. 

“Spargo Golf has established a working relationship with golfers at every level of the game. We have fitted and performed work for many of the top Amateur players in the world. As rewarding as the success of our professionals and amateurs is, We gain the greatest satisfaction from professionally and properly fitting YOU the average golfer, YOU the Beginning Golfer, YOU the Woman Golfer, YOU the Senior Golfer, YOU the Golfer with a passion for the game of golf and for the enjoyment of the game of golf. Let us provide you with the best fit for your game,” writes Spargo on their website. 

Spargo first opened in 1988. 

They have been located at Mulligan’s Island for more than 14 years. 

Future of Mulligan’s Island 

The move comes as some uncertainty continues to surround the future of Mulligan’s Island. 

Last July, Cranston Mayor Ken Hopkins told GolfNewsRI that “There are drawings on the board for that property.” 

As GolfNewsRI reported, Mulligan’s tried to sell two years ago, and had an agreement in place with Coastal Partners LLC. 

However, Coastal Partners’ proposal to put a Costco in place was rejected by the City of Cranston, and Mulligan’s remains open. 

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