Our goal is to replicate a club so closely that it looks and plays like the great original that inspired it. That is why we only replicate the very best original clubs from the hickory era. All hickory irons have been vetted and approved for ‘Modern Hickory’ tournament play by the Society of Hickory Golfers.

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  • T. Stewart Hickory Tournament Set

    $1,875.00

    The T. Stewart Tournament Set gives you all the clubs you need to play Hickory Golf on any golf course. Enjoy the game at your home course or play in one of the many hickory shafted tournaments held all across the country.

  • T. Stewart Hickory Iron Set

    $1,050.00

    These irons are duplicates of an original set of Stewart irons provided by Jay Harris. They are one of the most playable irons of the hickory era.  The weight in the head is concentrated low and in the sole. This helps to more easily launch the ball. The soles are wider which prevents the head from digging in. This is…

  • T. Stewart 9 Flanged Niblick

    $165.00

    I would like to thank Deal Hudson for allowing us to duplicate his original Stewart niblick, making it available to all hickory golfers. Deal thought this club was so good, that it gave him an advantage over other players. The #9 with 56° of loft and 10° bounce on a very wide sole is a…

  • T. Stewart 88 Flanged Niblick

    $165.00

    I would like to thank Brad Gregory for allowing us to duplicate his original Stewart niblick, making it available to all hickory golfers. This niblick solves all your problems with shots within a short distance of the green. The #88 with 52° of loft and 8° bounce lets you hit those crisp pitch shots from…

  • T. Stewart 5 Iron

    $165.00

    This club is one of the most playable irons of the hickory era.  The weight in the head is concentrated low and in the sole. This helps to more easily launch the ball. The soles are wider which prevents the head from digging in. This is really important on today’s softer golf courses, allowing for a margin of error when striking…

  • T. Stewart 1 Iron

    $165.00

    This club is one of the most playable irons of the hickory era.  The weight in the head is concentrated low and in the sole. This helps to more easily launch the ball. The soles are wider which prevents the head from digging in. This is really important on today’s softer golf courses, allowing for a margin of error when striking…

  • Precision Hickory Iron Set-Left Handed

    $1,050.00

    The idea of selling a matching set of irons began in the 1920s; before that time, even though groups of four or five irons resembling each other were available, the golfer usually assembled a set of irons by selecting individual clubs based on personal preference, often from various makers. As the 1920s continued to roar,…

  • E. Just Hickory Tournament Set

    $1,575.00

    The E. Just Tournament Set gives you all the clubs you need to play Hickory Golf on any golf course. Enjoy the game at your home course or play in one of the many hickory shafted tournaments held all across the country. Specifications Authentic Hickory shafts Choose personal shaft flex Genuine leather grip Playable with…

  • E. Just Hickory Intro Set

    $825.00

    The E. Just Intro Set gives you all the clubs you need to get started playing hickory golf. The Spoon can be used from the tee and the fairway while the four irons get you around most courses. We suggest playing your home course between 5,600 yards and 6,000 yards. If you realize you really…

  • E. Just & Bros. NIBLICK Stewart Maiden-Left Handed

    $165.00

    Bobby Jones would have never won thirteen major titles, including the Grand Slam, without the tutelage of his first instructor, Stewart Maiden. Jones admitted: "The best luck I ever had in golf was when Stewart Maiden came from Carnoustie (Scotland) to be the professional at East Lake (Jones’ home course in Atlanta, Georgia)." Jones copied…

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    E. Just & Bros. NIBLICK Stewart Maiden

    $165.00

    Bobby Jones would have never won thirteen major titles, including the Grand Slam, without the tutelage of his first instructor, Stewart Maiden. Jones admitted: "The best luck I ever had in golf was when Stewart Maiden came from Carnoustie (Scotland) to be the professional at East Lake (Jones’ home course in Atlanta, Georgia)." Jones copied…

  • E. Just & Bros. NIBLICK P50

    $165.00

    This club is an exact replica of a Tom Stewart niblick.  We were looking for a 50 degree niblick for hitting full shots into the green. While not flanged this head has a wide sole for a niblick and enough bounce to prevent digging yet allowing clean contact from a tight lie. A very versatile…

  • E. Just & Bros. Mid Iron

    $165.00

    An exact replica of a MacGregor model OA flanged mid iron. The flanged sole and low center of gravity make the model OA mid iron one of easiest to hit mid irons of the hickory era. Loft is 26 degrees which makes this club similar to a modern #4 iron. Specifications 26 degrees loft Modern…

  • E. Just & Bros. Mashie NIBLICK

    $165.00

    This club is an exact replica of a Tom Stewart St Andrews iron that was sent in by Matt Kamna for refurbishing. This club was part of a set that belonged to his grandfather and Matt played as a child. This is a classic Celtic-shaped mashie niblick with 44 degrees of loft and 4 degrees…

  • E. Just & Bros. Mashie

    $165.00

    An exact replica of a Hillerich & Bradsby Par XL flanged Mashie from the mid 1920’s. At 32 degrees of loft our Mashie still has four degrees of bounce which prevents the club from digging into the turf. This is one of the best mashies we have ever seen. Lie angle is 60 degrees and…

  • E. Just & Bros. Jigger

    $165.00

    Our jigger is an exact replica of an H&B model Stewart Maiden. Maiden was Bobby Jones’s teacher and designed these clubs after Jones won the Grand Slam in 1930. This flanged head was designed to play at 36” so the head is heavy enough to have great feel for those little pitch and run shot…

  • E. Just & Bros. Benny

    $165.00

    Ben Sayers did not like the shape of the Mashie Niblick , so he asked Tom Stewart to make him a club that looked like a mashie but had the loft of the mashie niblick. This club became know as the Benny and ended up as a club of 38 degrees to replace the Spade…

  • Precision Hickory Iron Set-Left Handed

    $1,050.00

    The idea of selling a matching set of irons began in the 1920s; before that time, even though groups of four or five irons resembling each other were available, the golfer usually assembled a set of irons by selecting individual clubs based on personal preference, often from various makers. As the 1920s continued to roar,…

  • E. Just & Bros. NIBLICK Stewart Maiden-Left Handed

    $165.00

    Bobby Jones would have never won thirteen major titles, including the Grand Slam, without the tutelage of his first instructor, Stewart Maiden. Jones admitted: "The best luck I ever had in golf was when Stewart Maiden came from Carnoustie (Scotland) to be the professional at East Lake (Jones’ home course in Atlanta, Georgia)." Jones copied…