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A spectacular large display club made by Joe Anderson who was a respected hickory club maker and player based in Perth, Scotland during the early 1900’s. This club would make a ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
A driver that has been converted to a brassie now having 14 degrees loft. J.Smith who was the professional at Oldham, Manchester from 1930-32. This club is in exceptional condition ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
A very unusual Fairlie’s anti-shank Niblick showing the club makers name on the face of the head. C.Bradbeer was the professional/club maker at Hendon from 1905 to 1930. This club ...
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A fine example of their compact blade smooth face mashie with their name J & D. Clarke - Makers - Musselburgh stamped on the head. The overall condition of this club is excellent ...
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A rare and interesting cleek having a weighted round sole with a straight line top edge. The lower part of the stamp on the head clearly shows ANDREW which suggests that the club ...
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A very rare gun metal (brass) putter simply stamped with an ornate letter A on the rear of the head. It has been suggested that this stamp may have been used by Tom Auchterlonie at ...
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An unusual putter head having the bevelled toe and heel design. In good condition with a nice balance this putter is ready for play. The head is clearly stamped with the makers ...
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An exceptional fine quality straight blade putter by Peter Cafferty who was the Professional and club maker to the Royal Burgess Golfing Society, Barton, Edinburgh from c.1914-32. ...
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A.G.Gray won the South African Open Championship in 1905 and was the professional at the Port Elizabeth Golf Club in 1907. The shaft is stamped with the 6 inch Stymie measure which ...
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A good playable wry neck putter made by either James Winton at the workshop in Montrose, Scotland or by his son William Winton who opened a factory in Walworth, South London in ...
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A Tom Stewart wry neck putter having a straight lined face in excellent condition supplied to A.Boardman who was the professional at Bramhall Golf Club in Cheshire from 1920-32. ...
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A heavy smooth faced bent neck putter with no markings (maker unknown) fitted with a new dark brown authentic hide grip over underlisting. It is quite possible that this putter was ...
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A scarce and unusual putter with some interesting features include the tramline design running along the top edge of the stainless steel blade and the Ovoid shaped shaft and hosel. ...
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D. Anderson & Sons wry neck ‘Excelsior’ Putter with concentric back c.1910 The concentric back style makes this an attractive putter for the hickory player. Made by one of St. ...
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John (Jack) Randall of Sundridge Park long mallet head aluminium head Putter with Ovoid hosel & Shaft c.1920 A fine example of this unusual aluminium headed putter with very clear ...
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A splendid aluminium head putter by Seymour Dunn in original condition except for new whipping that has been fitted to the grip. As well as a club maker he was renowned for ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
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