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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 rare opportunity to purchase a set of three superb woods by the same renowned club maker. The set consists of a 12° Brassie, 16° Spoon and a 20° Baffy. All three have small compact heads. They have been beautifully restored ready for play. See further details below.
The makers name ‘Auchterlonie’ is clearly stamped to the crown of the beechwood heads. Two shafts are also stamped with the makers name below the grip. The dark stain marks on the faces are natural marks in the wood grain.
A very nice example of this rare alloy headed wood which is equivalent to a mid Spoon or iron would make a fine addition to a Standard Golf Company’s collection. Few have been sourced making this club a very collectable item. This club is in original condition, i.e. not restored except for new whipping thread to the old hide grip. The club measures 38” (96.5cm).
The makers name and patent number are both clearly visible stamped to the crown of the head.
This club could still be used for play, however this would be at the buyers own risk due to there being a small split to the top of the hosel.
A fine example of a swing practice aid in original condition. This club is used to help tone muscles before you go to the course for a game of golf. It is also a very useful item to help keep your swing in check during the winter months when your hickory clubs are probably stored away. The length is 25” (64cm).
The head is stamped Spalding with the model name Golfex beneath. The letter H is stamped above the maker’s name.
An attractive stripe top spoon with a medium size compact head. Restored for play including the fitting of a new hickory shaft. The swing weight is D4 and the length is 41.50” (105cm).
The makers name is stamped within the light strike band across the crown of the head.
A beautiful large headed baffy restored for play. The swing weight is D2 and the length is 39.25” (100cm).
Charles Gadd was the professional-club maker at Market Drayton in 1911, then Aberdovey from 1914 to 1917 before moving to Ipswich in 1919 to 1924, and finally at Brancepeth, Durham from 1925 to 1932. His name is clearly stamped within the strike band across the crown of the head.
A superb bulldog baffie beautifully restored for play. The swing weight is D3 and the length is 42” (107cm).
John Milne was the professional & club maker at Neasden G.C. from 1894 to 1921 during which time he gained a reputation as a fine club maker. His name is clearly stamped to the compact head within the strike band.
A rare opportunity to purchase a scare-neck made for a child by one of the greatest club makers during the hickory era. A superb club for display. The length is 24.75” (63cm).
The maker’s name is clearly visible stamped to the crown of the head with the ‘Prince of Wales Plumes’ stamped beneath.
This club is for DISPLAY only.
A great little club for a collector. A.H. Scott was one of the most respected club makers during the hickory era, eventually becoming the club maker to King George V. The length is 31” (79cm).
Scott patented the ‘Fork Splice’ joint in 1894, the number is still partially visible stamped to the crown of the head. The Prince of Wales ‘Plumes’ are also stamped above his name.
This small wood is in original condition except for the fitting of a hide grip due to the original grip missing. This club is meant for DISPLAY only.
A superb large headed driver beautifully restored is now ready for play. The swing weight is D2 and the length is 43” (109cm).
The large persimmon head is clearly stamped ‘Auchterlonie’ with the model name ‘Gold Medal below. Their name is also stamped to the shaft below the grip.
An exceptionally nice large headed spoon by this famous club maker fully restored is now ready for play. The swing weight is D2 and the length is 42.75” (109cm).
The makers name is stamped to the crown of the dark brown stained head.
An exceptionally nice 20° spoon beautifully restored is now ready for play. The attractive wood grain pattern across the top of the head is a particular nice feature. The swing weight is D4 and the length is 41.50” (105cm).
William Evans Grieve was a small club maker based in Perth, Scotland from around 1913 until his death in 1949. His name is stamped to the crown of the head. It is also stamped to the shaft below the grip. The small dark mark on the face (see image 1) is part of the natural wood grain.
A nice example of a late 1890’s/early 1900 scare-neck brassie. Due to having a very light swing weight the club has been restored for display only. However if swing weight is not important then it could also be used for play. The length is 40” (102cm).
The well known makers name is clearly stamped within the broad strike band across the crown of the head.
A fine brassie restored for play. The swing weight is D2 and the length is 41” (104cm).
H. Faulkener was the professional-club maker at Bull Bay G.C. on the Isle of Anglesey during 1914. His name is still partially visible stamped to the crown of the attractive small compact head.
A rare and collectable patent brassie having a special grip with a revolving lower section which is operated by fitting 20 separate plastic washers. The club was designed to try and stop the tightening of the player’s right hand at the top of the back swing. The length is 43” (109cm).
This club is in original condition except for new whipping around the socket joint and is therefore offered mainly for display purposes only although the general condition of the club is sound so it could be used for trying a few shots. The swing weight is B5. Very few of these woods are known to be available. This club may have been produced as a practice wood?
The maker’s name is stamped to the crown of the head.
A very nice Sunday Walking stick measuring 33.75” (86cm), so could have been made for either a lady or gentleman.
The face side of the club handle is stamped with the initials I.R.D.
A nice Sunday Walking stick with the head styled like a Driver wood. The length is 33” (84m).
The head looks to be made of beech wood stained mid brown with the shaft being possibly mahogany. Both are assumptions and therefore cannot be guaranteed. There is no makers stamp.
A quality light brown hide grip.
Measuring from 45” (114cm) to 50” (127cm)
Three new quality light brown hide grips.
A nice carved wooden figure depicting a male hickory golfer. All he needs is a golf club. Nice project for someone.
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