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  • Ladies' smooth-faced mashie

    Ladies' smooth-faced mashie J & A Dickson An early smoothface mashie from John and Alexander Dickson's first workshop in Edinburgh, in Braid Road. The reverse of the head has a small, clear stamp of "Braid Road" with only the ends of "Dickson" and "Edinburgh" still visible. The hickory shaft is light and thin, as is appropriate for a ladies' club, but still straight and playable. It is topped with an old suede grip. $205.00 MA270

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  • E. Just Mashie NIBLICK

    E. Just Mashie NIBLICK Product Description Specifications 44 degrees loft Modern equivalent: 9 Solid Hickory shaft Genuine leather grip Playable with modern golf balls Approved by SoHG Engraving on shaft, add $10 Related Products

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  • Ladies' mashie

    Ladies' mashie A ladies' mashie, in very good condition and clearly stamped, in a rustless alloy from the Kinghorn factory of William Gibson. The face has an enclosed dot pattern. The reverse is marked with Gibson's star cleekmark and "Special Rustless". It has "Wm Gibson & Co Ltd Kinghorn Scotland" within an oval, "Made in Scotland", "Hand Forged" and "Mashie". The hickory shaft is of superior quality as denoted by the shaft stamp of "Gibson's Star *" within an oval. The grip is a typical soft burgundy

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  • Royal Wimbledon smooth-faced mashie

    , St Andrews /Wimbledon /USA 1899 Royal Wimbledon smooth-faced mashie Robert Fullarton An attractive smooth-faced mashie forged in St Andrews by Robert Condie for his fellow Fifer, Robert Fullarton, then professional to the famous Royal Wimbledon club. The reverse of the head is very clearly stamped with Condies's rose cleek mark surrounded by "R Fullarton Wimbledon". It is also stamped "Warranted Hand Forged" in oval form. Heavy hosel nicking adds to the attractiveness of the club. The yellow hickory

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  • E. Just Mashie

    E. Just Mashie Product Description Specifications 32 degrees loft Modern equivalent: 6 Solid Hickory shaft Genuine leather grip Playable with modern golf balls Approved by SoHG Engraving on shaft, add $10 Related Products

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  • Gibson mashie

    Gibson mashie Good, playable mashie from William Gibson of Kinghorn and so stamped in an oval on the reverse of the head. There are also clear stampings of "Made in Scotland", "Warranted Hand Forged", the Gibson star cleekmark, "Special" and "Mashie", The face has a hyphen pattern within decorative bars. A good hickory shaft carries a sturdy brown leather grip, probably original. MA300

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  • Spalding "Gold Medal" Ladies Mashie

    , London /Edinburgh Spalding "Gold Medal" Ladies Mashie A G Spalding & Bros A well-preserved example of a mashie from this popular Spalding range of clubs. The face has an enclosed dot pattern and the reverse a wide range of stampings. The anvil mark shows it was made in Spalding's Scottish factory in Dysart, Fife, and the "L" above it confirms that the slightly smaller head was a ladies' version. It may well have been destined for export back across the Atlantic, though, as the heavy flange is stamped

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  • Wood Shaft Look National Niblick 7 and 8 Iron

    Wood Shaft Look National Niblick 7 and 8 Iron Two Vintage Matching Hickory Colored Shaft Golf Clubs Club # 1: National Mashie Niblick 7 Iron Club # 2: National Niblick 8 Iron These two clubs belonged to my father. He started playing golf as a boy before the 1930s. I don't know how old these are, but he had them when he started teaching me to play in the 1950s. Shortly thereafter he bought new clubs selling many of his old ones, but kept these two and continued to use them for a long time. These are perfect

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  • Ladies Rustless Mashie

    , Balnagask Ladies Rustless Mashie Tom Whyte Fine 1920s ladies' club with punched dot face. Reverse of head with accented flange and very clear markings. Straight hickory shaft with original 1920s burgundy leather grip. MIR223

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  • Maxwell mashie niblick for Hazelhurst

    Maxwell mashie niblick for Hazelhurst A broad-soled mashie niblick forged by Anderson of Anstruther for Ernest Hazelhurst at the Windermere club in the heart of Wordsworth country. It has a Maxwell hosel (drilled holes to reduce weight), in this case with the eleven hole configuration. The face has an enclosed dot face and the reverse is stamped with Anderson's arrow, "Maxwell Mashie Niblick", "Warranted Handforged" (in oval form) and "E Hazelhurst Windermere" within an oval. Hazelhurst was professional at

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  • Carstairs mashie niblick

    Carstairs mashie niblick J R "Johnny" Carstairs A late hickory era mashie niblick bearing the name of J R Carstairs on a head probably forged by fellow Leven clubmaker George Nicoll. In addition to Carstairs name in signature, the reverse of the head is stamped "Warranted Hand Forged Made in Scotland" , "Rustless Mashie Niblick" and "Special". The face has an enclosed dot pattern. A typical 1920s polished burgundy leather grip sits atop a straight golden hickory shaft. MN234

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  • Winton spade mashie for George Gadd

    , Roehampton Winton spade mashie for George Gadd George Gadd A spade (large-headed) mashie with head forged by Winton of Montrose for George Gadd, the long-serving Roehampton professional. The face has an enclosed ray pattern. The reverse of the head has Winton’s diamond cleekmark with a small “4” below it, “Hand Forged”, “Special” and “Geo Gadd” (in signature) with “Roehampton G.C.S.W” below. A good straight hickory shaft is finished with a black all-weather grip which may be the original. MA315

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  • Precision Hickory Iron Set #2 – 8

    Precision Hickory Iron Set #2 – 8 Our matched set of Precision hickory-shafted irons is modeled from an original 7-piece set of George Nicoll irons. The set includes a Mid Iron, Mid Mashie, Mashie Iron, Mashie, Pitching Mashie, Mashie Niblick, and Niblick (see table below). The face scoring matches the Nicolls set with dot punches giving the irons the authentic look and playability you expect from Louisville Golf. Free Shaft Engraving (Max 25 Characters) Product Description Click here for left handed set.

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  • Trajector Spade mashie

    , Cruden Bay / Glasgow Trajector Spade mashie John McAndrew A very large-headed spade mashie (an oversized mashie), 3½ x 2¼" at the widest, from John McAndrew's shop in Glasgow. The face has an enclosed hand-punched dot face. The reverse is clearly marked "Specially Selected Super Spade Mashie", "Stainless" and "McAndrew's" (in script), "Trajector 55 Mitchell Street Glasgow". The hickory shaft is straight and original and stamped "J McAndrew" (in script) "Super". This eye-catching club is finished with an

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  • Wyatt mashie

    , Herne Bay Wyatt mashie Percy G Wyatt A mashie stamped for Percy Wyatt at North Middlesex sometime around the time of the First World War. The club has an enclosed lined face and, in addition to Wyatt's details in an oval, the reverse is stamped "Warranted Hand Forged Mashie". The shaft is an attractive golden hickory and, although there are signs of another grip having been on the club, the thick hide wrap with underlisting is very much of the period and so is probably a first replacement. MA250

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  • Smooth-faced ladies' mashie

    , Frinton -on -Sea Smooth -faced ladies' mashie W H Webb A smooth-faced mashie from the innovative and well-respected clubmaker, William Webb. The reverse of the head is stamped "W H Webb Frinton-on-Sea" within a double oval and is also marked "L", for Ladies. A good straight hickory shaft is topped with a tan-coloured suede grip. $185.00 MA289

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  • Grose boat-shaped mashie

    Grose boat-shaped mashie James Grose Grose was always modern: ask the old men who as little boys pressed their noses to the window of the London shop to look at the bikes or pored over adverts in comics like “Gem”. This mashie niblick also has a distinctive modernistic look about it, just a touch of art deco in the styling. The boat-shaped head has a hyphen-pattern face enclosed within decorative bars. The reverse has a deep stamp “James Grose Ltd London” within a double ellipse plus “Warranted Hand Forged”

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  • Hickory Golf Tournament Set – E. Just

    Hickory Golf Tournament Set – E. Just $1,500 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. Choose First Wood Choose an option… Driver (12 degrees) Spoon (16 degrees) Wooden Cleek (21 degrees) Wooden Cleek (26 degrees) Baffy (25 degrees) Choose Second Wood Choose an option… Driver (12 degrees) Spoon (16 degrees) Wooden Cleek (21 degrees)

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  • Winton mashie for John S Fernie

    , Tyneside Winton mashie for John S Fernie John S Fernie A club forged by Winton (the reverse of the head bears the firm's diamond cleekmark) for one of the Fernie golfing dynasty. Stamped "John S Fernie" in signature above "Own" and "Special", it is also marked "Hand Forged". The face has an enclosed ray pattern. A good, straight hickory shaft carries the original soft black leather grip. MA305

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  • Juvenile Mashie

    Juvenile Mashie Glasgow Golf Company A nicely stamped and well-preserved mashie from Charles Millar's retail business, the Glasgow Golf Company. The juvenile size clubface has a hyphen pattern enclosed by broken vertical lines. The reverse has Charles Milar's "Thistle Brand" stamp and thistle cleekmark. It is also stamped "The Glasgow Golf Company" (in oval form) "Warranted Hand Forged", "Special" and "Mashie". The golden hickory shaft is straight, original and of appropriate length for a child's club. The

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  • Ladies' mashie

    Ladies' mashie A good, all original club, from this famous maker. The face has a hyphen pattern between two decorative bars. The reverse is clearely stamped with the maker's post-1895 ½" Anderson Anstruther circle mark, the "accuate arrow" (introduced around 1905), "L" (for Ladies), "Mashie", "Warranted Hand Forged" and "Special", in script. The straight hickory shaft is stained a deep mahogany colour and carries the original brown leeather grip. MA308

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  • Gibson mashe niblick for Dickson

    Gibson mashe niblick for Dickson J & A Dickson A good looking, sturdy mashie niblick forged for J & A Dickson by their old neighbour, now moved to Fife, William Gibson. The face has an enclosed line pattern; the reverse is stamped “J & A Dickson Braid Road Edinburgh” (in oval form), “Warranted Hand Forged” with an early Gibson star cleekmark above “Special”. The good quality hickory shaft is also stamped “J & A Dickson Maker Edinburgh”. It has the original black woollen listing with a replacement sheepskin

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  • Cochrane Super Mashie

    Cochrane Super Mashie A slightly larger than usual mashie, hence its designation by the makers as a super mashie, produced by Cochrane, the well-known Edinburgh clubmakers, for J B Wightman professional at the famouse Dalmahoy course, now a Marriott resort. The clearly stamped reverse of the clubhead is arked with the Cochrane knot cleekmark and "J B Wightman (in script) Dalmahoy". It is also stamped "Specially Selected Super Mashie Rustless Hand Forged". The club face has a small dot punched enclosed area.

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  • Antique Child's Golf Club, Golf Memorabilia

    A handsome and quite rare child's golf club from the turn of the century. Shaft of solid hickory, head of beautiful walnut burl. Classic brass filigree collar where shaft and "mashie" head meet. Elegant ebony bottom protective plate with three solid hardwood "pins" securing it. Original "lead" weight still intact in side of head. Remnants of original leather wraps still in place. Excellent condition throughout with no dents, cracks, splits, or repairs. They just do make them like this anymore. 30.5" in

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  • Left-Hand Precision Hickory Iron Set

    Click here for the right hand set. Our matched set of Precision hickory-shafted irons is modeled from an original 7-piece set of George Nicoll irons. The set includes a Mid Iron, Mid Mashie, Mashie Iron, Mashie, Pitching Mashie, Mashie Niblick, and Niblick (see table below). The face scoring matches the Nicolls set with dot punches giving the irons the authentic look and playability you expect from Louisville Golf. Free Shaft Engraving (Max 25 Characters) Product Description Click here for the right hand

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    Left Handed, Led, Handset, Original
  • Ladies' Mashie Niblick

    , Portpatrick/Kyles of Bute Ladies' Mashie Niblick William Brown A ladies' mashie niblick marked for William Brown, pro at the Kyles of Bute club between 1906 and 1909. It would be nice to say 'one careful lady owner' but a little wide of the mark. There are a series of 'dings' along the bottom of the blade and even the hosel has a hairline crack in it although, being in the middle on the side, it has no effect either on playability or the attractiveness of the club as a display item. The face has a hyphen

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  • Stewart mashie niblick for Jack White

    , London /Gullane Stewart mashie niblick for Jack White Jack White A mashie niblick with head forged by Tom Stewart for Jack White, the 1904 Open Champion, during his spell as professional to the famous Sunningdale club. The face has an enclosed irregular hand punched square dot patter. The reverse is marked with Tom Stewart's post-1905 pipe cleekmark with accompanying trademark information, "Jack White Sunningdale", in an oval, "Mashie Niblick" and "Special". The shaft is a very fine piece of hickory with

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  • Add Metal Putter (Additional $125)

    Hickory Golf Intro Set – E. Just $760 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 enjoy playing hickory golf and want to add to your set, you can add single clubs to get to a complete tournament set. (S) Stiff Choose One Wood Choose an option… Driver (12 degrees)

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  • Driving mashie

    Driving mashie Alexander Patrick The driving mashie was introduced at the end of the 19th century but was never generally accepted and so did not last long as a club type making it rather collectable. It is more usually associated with Willie Park. In loft and shaft length it is between a driving iron and a cleek and was used off the tee for the longer short holes or in general iron play. This one is even more unusual as it has been made as a "throwback", the "Welmade" mark placing it between 1920 and 1925.

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  • Palakona split-cane mashie

    , Alnwick Palakona split-cane mashie Hardy Brothers A very nice example of a Palakona-shafted club from the inventors, Hardy Brothers of Alnwick. Hardy were well known for their split-cane fly-fishing rods and employed the same technique in making golf club shafts, joining six sheets of cane into the hexagonal 'Palakona', a name they registered and later patented. This must be one of the earliest golf clubs they made as the shaft has inked on it "Brit Pat app no 12623" i.e. it predates the granting of the

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