User: Ogden Golf and Country Club
Date of plate: 1962
Notes: Website – Ogden Golf and Country Club, located in Ogden, Utah, was established in 1914 and is Utah's second-oldest private-membership golf course.
The logo, in mustard gold and black, shows two crossed golf clubs against an inverted triangle. A monogram of the club's initials is in the lower part of the triangle in gold on black. Black stippling on white probably represents a golf ball's dimples, and that fills the upper two small triangles that are part of the larger triangle.
The plate's border is a Shenango stock pattern in khaki or olive gold and black. Stylistically, it looks typically mid-century and has been nicknamed Google Eyes and Kon Tiki but Shenango's assigned pattern name or number is not known at this time.
ID and photos contributed by krisbaker