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The VICTOR mesh patterned replica ball for hickory golf. Approved for play at all classic hickory golf events.
Special Low Prices
whilst stocks last.
£14.55 per 3 ball sleeve
£28.50 for 6 loose
£54.60 for 12 loose
For further details please refer to item X001 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for Hickory Play page.
The RTJ small dimple pattern replica ball for hickory golf.
Approved for play at all classic hickory golf events.
£14.95 per 3 ball sleeve
£28.50 for 6 loose
£54.00 for 12 loose
For further details please refer to item X007 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for Hickory Play page.
The Ouimet mesh pattern replica ball approved for play at all classic hickory golf events.
£16.00 per 3 ball sleeve
£31.50 for 6 loose
£61.80 for 12 loose
For further details please refer to item X004 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for Hickory Play page.
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A good left handed niblick for the lady player. The swing weight is C0 and the length is 36.25” (92cm).
This was obviously a popular club for the original owner as the face pattern is quite worn in parts, please refer to the images. However according to records the famous Henry Cotton carried out a test with regard to back spin using a smooth face iron, a line faced iron and a dot punched face and according to the results he said the difference between the patterned faced clubs and the smooth face club was negligible.
A very nice example of a Smiths Model niblick restored for play or would make a great display club. The head was designed by Mr F.G. Smith around the mid 1890’s with a wry neck style neck (hosel) so bent at the base that the leading edge of the blade is in front of the shaft. The swing weight is C3 and the club measures 36” (91cm).
The large head has very clear stamps showing the maker’s famous ‘star’ cleekmark with a small ‘L’ alongside denoting this a ladies club which was supplied to A. Batley who was the professional-club maker at Heaton Moor G.C. near Manchester from 1907 to 1930. His name is stamped within an oval circle in the centre of the head with Smiths Model Niblick shown below. Other stamps show ‘Superior’ below the star cleekmark and Made in Scotland Hand Forged.
A very nice ladies mashie niblick restored for play which included the fitting of a new hickory shaft. The swing weight is C3 and the length is 36.25” (92cm).
The head stamps are very clear to include the makers name and ‘Thistle’ cleekmark, Mashie Niblick, Hand Forged in Scotland, Special and ‘L’ denoting Ladies. The Glasgow Golf Company was owned by Charles Millar. He produced both woods and irons and also supplied other club makers with club parts, i.e. iron heads. His own clubs were stamped with the ‘Thistle Brand’ cleekmark which he also used for clubs produced by his two other companies known as the Thistle Golf Company started in 1911 and the Glasgow Golf Company started in 1919. At some stage during the 1920’s he emigrated to Canada where he continued his golf supply business.
A very nice ladies putting cleek similar to a modern day ‘chipper’. This club has been restored ready for play. The length is 33.50” (85cm).
The club was originally supplied to Percy Allis (father of Peter Allis) who was the professional-club maker at Clyne, Swansea from 1922 to 1925. His name is clearly stamped to the head alongside the famous ‘star’ cleekmark used by William Gibson. Other stamps show Putting Cleek, Special Rustless Iron, Warranted Hand Forged Made in Scotland and the letter ‘L’ denoting this is a ladies club.
A nice ladies putter restored ready for play. The length is 34” (86cm).
The head is stamped with a ‘hunting horn’ cleekmark used by William Gibson from around 1917. This club was supplied to George Heron who was the professional-club maker at Peterhead G.C. from 1905 to 1919. His name is also stamped to the head. Other stamps show a capital ‘L’ denoting ‘Ladies’ club, Putter, Made in Scotland, Warranted Hand Forged.
A superb large headed driver by this famous club maker has been restored ready for play. The shaft is flexible (not too flexible) so this driver would be ideal for either a lady player or a gents senior who has a nice slow swing. The 14 degree face loft and 42.50” (108cm) length are normally associated with a brassie so one should have more control when swinging and striking the ball. The face is also slightly ‘toed in’ so this will help to prevent a sliced shot. The swing weight is C6.
The makers stamp is now only partially visible on the crown of the head.
A beautiful small headed patent ladies spoon in the style of a modern day rescue wood. Superbly restored this wood is now ready for play. The swing weight is C0 and the length is 41” (104cm).
The model name ‘The Leader’ is very clearly stamped in script style to the crown of the medium brown stained head. The patent stamp can be seen to the rear of the head where normally a lead back weight would be in position. The back weight is not required because the lead has been placed inside the head, hence why the club maker applied for a patent.
A very nice and attractive small persimmon head brassie which is ideal for the lady player. The club has been fully restored ready for play. The swing weight is C7 and the length is 41.50” (105cm).
The name ‘Universal’ stamped to the head is probably a model name rather than the actual club maker’s name. No reference of a club maker with this name can be found.
A beautiful ladies shallow face driver fully restored is now ready for play. The swing weight is C5 and the length is 42.25” (107cm).
Ted Ray won the Open Championship in 1912 and the US Championship in 1920. He was not a prolific club maker so his clubs are quite rare. He is mainly remembered for his association with the Standard Golf Company where he teamed up to produce their famous Ray-Mills aluminium head putter which became a vastly popular model. He was the professional & club maker at various golf clubs including Jersey (1900), Churston, Devon (1900-02), Scarborough G.C., Ganton, Yorkshire (1904-11) and finally Oxhey G.C., Watford, Herts from 1912 to 1932.
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