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  • 21° Wooden Cleek

    $275.00

    The 21-degree Wooden Cleek is among our most popular Hickory-shafted models; it is a duplicate of a MacGregor B25 Perfection model that first appeared in the 1924 MacGregor catalog. This club looks and plays like a modern day hybrid. Many golfers will find this club easier to hit off the fairway than the 16° spoon. Head…

  • 26° Wooden Cleek

    $275.00

    The 26-degree Wooden Cleek is among our most popular Hickory-shafted models; it is a duplicate of a MacGregor B25 Perfection model that first appeared in the 1924 MacGregor catalog. This club looks and plays like a modern day hybrid. If I had to carry only one fairway wood in my bag this would be the one.…

  • Black Brassie

    $275.00

    The Black Brassie, with 12 degrees loft, is the driver that compliments the Black Spoon Fairway wood. The head shape of the Black Brassie is a duplicate of an original Jack White driver. White was a renowned Scottish clubmaker whose most famous customer was Bobby Jones, who won the Grand Slam in 1930. The Black Driving…

  • Black Spoon

    $275.00

    The Black Spoon requires a little explanation. If you hear your partner call for his Black Spoon you may take it as a signal not merely of danger, but of despair. We venture to explain this doom by quoting a description which Lord Wellwood gave elsewhere of this ill-omened club: “It may be explained parenthetically…

  • Bulldog 25 Degrees

    $275.00

    This Harry Vardon reproduction model Bulldog was the trouble club of the Hickory era. Bulldogs, so named for their short nose and compact size. They have a rounded sole which makes them great for getting the ball out of a bad lie. They can also be easier to hit than long irons for many golfers,…

  • Bulldog 31 Degree

    $275.00

    This Harry Vardon reproduction model Bulldog was the trouble club of the Hickory era. Bulldogs, so named for their short nose and compact size. They have a rounded sole which makes them great for getting the ball out of a bad lie. They can also be easier to hit than long irons for many golfers,…

  • Hickory Shafted Baffy

    $275.00

    Our Hickory-shafted Baffy has 25 degrees of loft and utilizes a wider head design than the Jack White Driver and Spoon. The Baffy is a great club to play if you have difficulty hitting long irons. All our Hickory-shafted golf clubs are approved for play by the Society of Hickory Golfers. Specifications Head: Solid USA…

  • Jack White 1930 Special

    $275.00

    The JWS Spoon is a replica of the Spoon (#3 Wood) Bobby Jones used to win the Grand Slam in 1930, capturing both British and U.S. Opens and Amateurs that year. The JWS spoon is made to compliment Jones’ Jeanie Deans driver. The JWS spoon is patterned after a Jack White model spoon. Jack White…

  • Jack White Deep Face Driver

    $275.00

    This driver has a face depth of a full 1-3/4". This is an excellent driver for those looking for a deep face driver, or for players with a higher club head speed. For slower club head speeds the deeper face increases the Center of Gravity slightly which producing a more boring ball flight. This would…

  • Jack White Driver

    $275.00

    Our Hickory-shafted driver has 12 degrees of loft. It is a duplicate model of an original Jack White driver; White was a renowned Scottish clubmaker whose most famous customer was Bobby Jones, who was a pretty good golfer. Specifications Head: Solid USA Persimmon Loft: 12 degrees Hosel: Pitched-linen Shaft: Solid hickory Shaft flex: Regular or…

  • Jack White Spoon

    $275.00

    Our Hickory-shafted Spoon has 16 degrees of loft and is the same original Jack White model shape as the driver, in a smaller size with more loft. This is a popular driver/tee option for golfers with smoother swings who require more loft to gain optimum trajectory for hitting it far and sure. Specifications Head: Solid…

  • Jeanie Deans Driver

    $275.00

    This is a replica of the driver Bobby Jones used to win the Grand Slam in 1930, capturing both British and U.S. Opens and Amateurs that year. Jones loved his driver so much that he gave it a name, Jeanie Deans, after a character in Sir Walter Scott’s novel The Heart of Midlothian. The original…