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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.…

  • Alex Smith Putter

    $185.00

    Alex Smith was the oldest of five brothers who traveled from Scotland to find their fortune in America. Smith won the U.S. Open in 1906 and 1910 and was an accomplished clubmaker. Our Alex Smith putter is a duplicate of an original putter made by Smith and is a traditional long nose style. This is one…

  • Amby-Dex Putter

    $185.00

    The Amby-Dex putter was first offered in the Wilson catalog in 1925. It was described as "an ingenious center-shafted wood head club, made with dual faces of brass. Its peculiar construction gives it exceptional balance." It can be played either right or left-handed. Includes a free headcover!

  • Authentic Cherry Wood Mallet Putter

    $120.00

    Cherry is a light wood with close grain, silky sheen and warm coloring. The Cherry species is popular in the use of furniture for its handsome color. The Cherry tree’s fruit is among the most visible icons of culinary delights, as well as a favorite filling for pie. Cherry wood is probably best known for…

  • Authentic Maple Wood Mallet Putter

    $120.00

    Maple is a solid and strong wood used in the manufacture of musical instruments to gymnasium floors. The vibration dampening characteristics of Maple saves the knee and ankle joints of basketball players. These vibration dampening characteristics come from the close tight grain of maple and provide the excellent feel of a wooden putter Our Maple…

  • Authentic Pear Wood Mallet Putter

    $120.00

    The wood from this fruit tree is hard and dense and sands to an incredibly smooth finish. Pear is one of our favorite woods because no other wood looks as sharp and clean as Pear when laser engraved. Our Pear mallet putter has a classic feel and is face­balanced, keeping the putter head square through…

  • Authentic Persimmon Wood Mallet Putter

    $120.00

    One of the toughest and oldest woods in North America, persimmon has been on Earth since the Cretaceous Period. Persimmon, which is tough, hard, and durable has an elasticity which makes it perfect for use in golf clubs. These characteristics give Persimmon golf clubs their great feel for which they are famous. Our Persimmon mallet…

  • Authentic Walnut Wood Mallet Putter

    $120.00

    This majestic, slow growth tree provides some of the most sought after wood in North America. Walnut wood is hard, strong and fine­grained finishing to a beautiful luster. Our Walnut mallet putter has a classic feel and is face­balanced, keeping the putter head square through the stroke, providing a more accurate impact resulting in more…

  • Baffing Spoon

    $270.00

    The Baffing Spoon was the most lofted of all the spoons in the gutty era. It was used to hit over hazards and got it’s name from the sound the club made when hitting the ground. Our baffing spoon has 26 degrees of loft which makes it easy to hit the gutty ball off the…

  • 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…