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favorite this post Golf through History. Old,antique clubs - $1 hide this posting unhide

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Golf Clubs for collectors

A set of 1930's Burke irons (with age you will see where some of the shaft coated is chipping) $30

2 antique clubs (Biltmore, probably in the "40's) $10
Walter Hagen Driver (40's) Hosel needs whipping thread. $5

McGregor Driver w/Key Hole insert. $15

Brass Spalding Cash-in putter, can be used either side of the blade $10

A McGregor Iron Master (Not Tommy Aurmour, it is McGregor) m6 blade putter $15

Ray Cook Chipper (never seen one of these) $15

And check this out. An old Taylor Made Strong #3 wood (I would think this has some value). This is when the metal woods were just coming out
The reason it was strong Taylor Made turned the face down by 2 degrees. This would shoot rockets.
To add to this: The shaft is Titanium. Light weight (very expensive at that time). They were try to lighten the
clubs away from the steel. Now everything is Graphite and that's the story. $30


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