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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
£56.00 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.
£16.00 per 3 ball sleeve
£31.50 for 6 loose
£60.00 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
£60.00 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 very nice five iron composite set fully restored ready for play to include four rustless irons by the same maker, i.e. Trueline, plus a large headed 55 degree niblick (Sand Wedge).
The clubs have been fitted with new matching deep pink hide grips whipped with black waxed linen thread.
A superb play set made by the same club maker includes four matching irons and a putter, plus a mashie niblick. Beautifully restored this set is now ready to use for play either for a gentleman who prefers the feel of easy to swing irons or for a lady player. A great set for the player who is new to hickory golf.
Fred Taylor was the professional and club maker at Oxford University from 1924 to at least 1932, maybe longer. He has previously held the same position at Saunton G.C. in North Devon from 1922 to 1923. All the clubs have good similar swing weights and have been fitted with new matching light tan hide grips whipped with black waxed linen thread.
A set of four very nice ladies irons restored ready for play. The set includes a Mid Iron, Mashie, Mashie Niblick and a rare 54 degree niblick that can be used for both lofted fairway shots and from bunkers. All the clubs are stamped with ‘L’ which denotes these irons were made for a lady player.
The clubs have been fitted with new hide grips whipped with black waxed linen thread. Both the mashie niblick and niblick have been fitted with new shafts.
A superb ladies mashie niblick restored for play. The swing weight is C7 and the length is 36” (91cm).
The rustless head is clearly stamped with the makers name, Mashie Niblick, ‘L’ for ladies, and Warranted Hand Forged in Scotland. This club is also suitable for a gentleman player who prefers a lighter swing weighted iron.
A superb ladies rustless large headed musselback niblick restored for play which includes the fitting of a replacement shaft. The swing weight is C0 and the length is 35.50” (90cm).
The rustless head is clearly stamped Elvery’s who were large sports outfitters based in Dublin, Ireland. They will have commissioned a club maker to make and supply this iron. Other stamps show ‘L’ for ladies, and Warranted Hand Forged in Scotland and Special.
An excellent Maxwell mid iron for a lady player. Restored for play. The swing weight is B9 and the length measures 38.50” (98cm) so this club will probably suit a tall player.
The club was originally supplied to Fred Cox who was the professional at Pollards Hill, Norbury which is situated near to Mitcham, Greater London. He was there from 1920 to 1932. His name is stamped to the head within an oval circle. Other marks show the William Gibson ‘Star’ cleekmark and the letter ‘L’ denoting this is a ladies iron. Mid Iron is stamped to the sole.
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 Mashie from the ‘Autograph’ range produced after the great man’s passing has been fully restored ready for play. The swing weight is B9 and the length is 37.75” (96cm) so this iron may suit the taller lady player.
The stamp marks are very clear showing the Tom Morris autograph cleek mark, his name and L Mashie. These heads for the Autograph irons were supplied mainly by Brodie & Sons and sometimes by Tom Stewart. This head is from Brodie & Sons, their upside down triangle cleekmark is stamped beneath Mashie. The club was originally supplied to Finnigans who were a large retailer having stores in London, Manchester & Liverpool. Their name is also shown.
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.
An attractive ladies long-nose style alloy putter restored for play. The length is 32.25” (82cm).
This club is in exceptional condition considering that many alloy putters are normally found with damaged heads. The sole is stamped with the makers name who was the professional-club maker at Hartlepool G.C. from 1928 to 1932. Other marks show ‘L’ denoting that this is a ladies putter and ‘Medium’ for the lie.
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 beautiful ladies bent neck style putter in fabulous condition. The length is 31” (79cm).
The attractive rustless head has numerous stamp marks to include the makers name and model name. The face is smooth and the sole has grooves which is why this design feature was registered by Ben Sayers. Another attractive feature is the shaft which changes from being round to square mid way so the grip end is square.
A very attractive ladies rustless straight blade putter restored to play condition. The head is shallow and compact with both the top and the curved sole measuring between ½” to ¾” wide. The length of this putter is 33.25” (84cm).
J. Bond was the professional & club maker at numerous clubs throughout his career starting at St. Andrews in 1905 before moving to Crieff near Perth in 1906. He then moved to Spey Bay, Buckie in 1917-19. He moved down to Lancashire and to take the position at Hillside, Birkdale in 1927 before finally moving to West Lancs Ladies at Blundellsands in 1928 to 1930. His signature is clearly stamped to the head. There is also a ‘Masonic Compass’ cleekmark shown which was used by a small cleekmaker based in Scotland, unfortunately his name is not known.
This putter remains in original condition, i.e. not restored, but can still be used for play. Made by James Braid, the 5 times Open Champion from 1901 to 1910. The length is 31.75” (81cm), so will either suit a gentleman player who prefers a low putting stance or possibly a lady player.
The main features of this putter are the broad flange and both the shaft and hosel being flat down the inside section compared to the other parts being round. The original grip adds further appeal.
A beautiful ladies bulger driver by Tom Auchterlonie who one of the famous hickory club makers from St. Andrews. The swing weight is C3 and the length is 41.75” (106cm).
His name is clearly stamped to the attractive dark brown stained persimmon head with St. Andrews shown below. The letter ‘L’ is also shown denoting this is a ladies club.
A superb stripe top brassie with a compact head and a fairly flexible shaft. This wood will suit either a lady player or a senior gentleman player who has developed a slow swing. Beautifully restored is now ready for play. The swing weight is C7 and the club measures 41.50” (105cm).
Both the crown of the head and the shaft are clearly stamped with the famous makers name.
A superb shallow face ladies driver beautifully restored is now ready for play. The flexible shaft is ideal for a lady player. The shallow face makes this a great driving wood. The swing weight is C4 and the club measures 42.50” (108cm).
The makers name is partially visible stamped within the stripe band running across the mid brown stained persimmon head. The black fibre sole insert is held in place by three wooden plugs. The two circular lead back weights is securely in position. The face lines have been re cut and the socket joint has been re whipped with black waxed linen thread which has then been coated with shellac for added protection.
A superb large headed lofted ladies driver beautifully restored is now ready for play. The flexible shaft is ideal for a lady player. The swing weight is C3 and the club measures 41.50” (105cm).
Ben Sayers was not only a fine and highly respected professional hickory player having played in every Open Championship from 1880 to 1923 and was runner up in the 1888 Championship, he also was renowned for his club making business. His name is clearly stamped within the strike band across the crown of the large head and just below the hide grip.
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