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Rubber-Core Mesh and Gutta-Percha Golf Balls

The VICTOR mesh patterned replica ball for hickory golf. Approved for play at all classic hickory golf events.

Special Low Prices
whilst stocks last.

£14.55 per 3 ball sleeve
£28.50 for 6 loose
£54.60 for 12 loose

For further details please refer to item X001 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for Hickory Play page.

Rubber-Core Mesh and Gutta-Percha Golf Balls

The RTJ small dimple pattern replica ball for hickory golf.

Approved for play at all classic hickory golf events.

£14.95 per 3 ball sleeve
£28.50 for 6 loose
£54.00 for 12 loose

For further details please refer to item X007 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for Hickory Play page.

Rubber-Core Mesh and Gutta-Percha Golf Balls

The Ouimet mesh pattern replica ball approved for play at all classic hickory golf events.

£16.00 per 3 ball sleeve
£31.50 for 6 loose
£61.80 for 12 loose

For further details please refer to item X004 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for Hickory Play page.

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Ernest Sales (Sunningdale) Gassiat style rectangular persimmon wood Putter with pistol grip c.1928
Product ID: P001W

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An immaculate Gassiat style wooden head putter beautifully restored will now make a marvellous display club. The original Gassiat model was often referred to as ‘the piano putter’. The length is 34.25” (87cm).

Ernest Sales was the professional and club maker from 1926 to 1933. He took over the position from Jack White (Open Champion) who had held the same position since 1901. He ran the workshop with his two sons and was renowned for his quality workmanship. His name is still visible to the crown of the head and also on the shaft beneath the pistol grip. The thin aiming line between his name and Sunningdale is original, not added at a later date.

Price: 349.00
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William Winton 'The Toby' mallet head style Putter c.1917
Product ID: P003L

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A very nice putter having a most attractive semi-mallet head style head in superb condition ready for play for display. The length is 34.50” (88cm).

The head is clearly stamped with the model name ‘The Toby’ and the William Winton ‘diamond’ cleekmark. This putter was originally supplied to Albert Mitchell who was the professional & club maker at Nevill G.C., Tunbridge Wells in 1917. His name is also shown. The sole is stamped Medium Lie, 10 ozs, 14 drs.

Price: 150.00
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Tom Morris (St. Andrews) elongated stained Beechwood mallet head socket joint Putter c.1895
Product ID: P004P

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A fabulous very early stained Beechwood socket head putter by this famous club maker has been restored back to play condition or would make a superb display club. The length is 36” (91cm).

The makers name is still clearly visible across the crown of the head.

Price: 495.00
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Robert Condie (St. Andrews) brass gem style Putter with sloping back c.1910
Product ID: P005U

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A very attractive gem style brass putter with a sloping back by Robert Condie who was renowned as one of the finest cleekmakers and club maker during the hickory era. This club can be used for play or would make a very nice display item. The length is 33.50” (85cm).

The crown of the head is stamped with his name, ‘Rose’ cleekmark and St. Andrews. The shaft is also stamped below the grip but the name is eligible and St. Andrews is very faint. In fact the shaft may have been supplied by another maker such as Auchterlonie or Robert Forgan.

Price: 110.00
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H.A. Scott scare-neck set back mallet head style Putter with oval shaft c.1895
Product ID: P006V

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A very unusual large mallet head style scare-neck putter restored for play or display. This putter has a solid feeling with the swing weight registering E1. The length is 36.50” (93cm).

The makers name H.A. Scott is stamped to the crown of the head.

Price: 185.00
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J. MacGregor (Dayton, OH, USA) gun metal Model B5 Wry Neck style with face insert and sunset face markings c.1920
Product ID: P007N

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A good example of this model having been restored is now ready for play or display. The length is 33.75” (86cm).

The head shows various stamp marks including the makers name, their ‘rose’ cleekmark, B5, Perfection, Accurate with arrow pointing towards the toe and Putter. The original ivorine insert was missing when this putter was found so a replacement insert has been fitted. The sole is also stamped Putter.

Price: 120.00
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W.L. Ritchie 'The Addington' late scare neck long-nose Putter c.1925
Product ID: P011M

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A superb late long-nose putter beautifully restored is now ready for play. This putter has a nice solid feel when making the putting stroke. The length is 35” (89cm).

The attractive long nose head is stamped ‘The Addington’ which is the name of the golf club where the maker William Leggat Ritchie was the professional from 1923 to 1932.  Addington is in the area of Croyden, London. Before joining Addington he was the professional at Northern (Aberdeen) in 1905, then at Walton Heath before moving to Worplesdon Golf Club in 1911 to 1920. He learnt the art of club making whilst serving as James Braid’s assistant during his time at Walton Heath. He was also known as a very good player.

Price: 245.00
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James Anderson (Anstruther) Gun Metal Straight Blade Putter with Greenheart shaft c.1885.
Product ID: P012M

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An exceptionally nice early gun metal putter by James Anderson retaining the fabulous original thick hide grip over under-listing. A wonderful display model or gift for the golf enthusiast. The club measures 33.75” (86cm).

The head is simply stamped with the 5/8” Anderson Anstruther cleekmark used from around 1880 onwards until around 1900 when a dual circle mark was introduced.

Price: 125.00
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Tom Stewart (St. Andrews) wide-flange Putter with square wooden grip c.1915
Product ID: P013D

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A very unusual putter by this famous club maker having a square grip with no covering leather or hide material. The length is 32” (81cm).

This putter was originally supplied to T. Travers who was the professional & club maker at Tramore, Wexford, Ireland from 1909 to 1911, then at Kingstown, Dublin from 1914 to 1922 and finally at Dun Laoghaire, Dublin from 1923 to 1932. His name is stamped to the head above the Tom Stewart ‘pipe’ cleekmark and is also stamped to the shaft just below the square grip end of the shaft.

Price: 120.00
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Unknown Maker. Aluminium Head Putter with a broad top edge and rounded back c.1910
Product ID: P014H

Details 

A rare and unusual aluminium headed putter having a broad top line and a rounded back. This club has been restored back to play condition. The length is 34.50” (88cm).

The ¾” wide sole is stamped Medium Lie, 9 ozs, 10 DRS. The broad top line measures just over ½” with the rounded back adding a further ¼”. The head measures 4” (10cm) from toe to heel through the centre of the face. An interesting feature is the lead weight fited to the toe end of the head.

Price: 110.00
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The 'VICTOR' rubber-core mesh pattern replica ball for hickory play @
Product ID: X001

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The VICTOR rubber-core mesh pattern replica ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a ball as used during the 1920’s era without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience. This is our softest ball at 40 compression. Take advantage of the special low price whilst stocks are available before this ball is replaced by The Ouimet.This mesh pattern was patented by Albert Penfold of the East India Rubber Company in 1912 and became the favourite for many leading professionals into the 1920’s. The most famous model was the Dunlop Maxfli first made in 1919 after Penfold was lured to Dunlop.

For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.

Price: 14.55
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6 x 'VICTOR' rubber-core mesh pattern replica balls for hickory play @
Product ID: X002

Details 

The VICTOR rubber-core mesh pattern replica ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a ball as used during the 1920’s era without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience. This is our softest ball at 40 compression. Take advantage of the special low price whilst stocks are available before this ball is replaced by The Ouimet.This mesh pattern was patented by Albert Penfold of the East India Rubber Company in 1912 and became the favourite for many leading professionals into the 1920’s. The most famous model was the Dunlop Maxfli first made in 1919 after Penfold was lured to Dunlop.

For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.

Price: 28.50
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12 x 'VICTOR' rubber-core mesh pattern replica balls for hickory play @
Product ID: X003

Details 

The VICTOR rubber-core mesh pattern replica ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a ball  as used during the 1920’s era without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience. This our softest ball at 40 compression. Take advantage of the special low price whilst stocks are available before this ball is replaced by The Ouimet.This mesh pattern was patented by Albert Penfold of the East India Rubber Company in 1912 and became the favourite for many leading professionals into the 1920’s. The most famous model was the Dunlop Maxfli first made in 1919 after Penfold was lured to Dunlop.

 For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.

Price: 54.60
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The 'Ouimet' rubber-core mesh pattern replica ball for hickory play@
Product ID: X004

Details 

The Ouimet rubber-core dimple pattern ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a replica of a ball used from around the early 1900’s to 1930 without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience.

The Ouimet mesh pattern ball was originally patented by Albert Penfold of the East India Rubber Company in 1912. This pattern became the favourite for many leading professionals and was used for the famous Dunlop Maxfli when it was introduced in 1919 after Penfold moved to the Dunlop Rubber Company.

For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.

Price: 16.00
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6 x The 'Ouimet' rubber-core mesh pattern replica ball for hickory play @
Product ID: X005

Details 

The Ouimet rubber-core dimple pattern ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a replica of a ball used from around the early 1900’s to 1930 without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience.

The Ouimet mesh pattern ball was originally patented by Albert Penfold of the East India Rubber Company in 1912. This pattern became the favourite for many leading professionals and was used for the famous Dunlop Maxfli when it was introduced in 1919 after Penfold moved to the Dunlop Rubber Company.

For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.

 

Price: 31.50
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The 'RTJ' rubber-core small dimple pattern replica ball for hickory play @
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Product ID: X007

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The RTJ rubber-core small dimple pattern replica ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a ball as used circa 1915 to the early 1930’s without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience.The ‘RTJ’ ball is a replica of the inverted bramble or dimple ball patented by William Taylor in 1908. The inverted round dimples created a longer and higher ball flight and the surface remained cleaner compared to the bramble pattern. Spalding used this dimple pattern for many of their ball lines starting in 1914 when they produced the Spalding Dot.

For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.

Price: 14.75
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6 x The 'RTJ' rubber-core small dimple pattern replica balls for hickory play @
Product ID: X008

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The RTJ rubber-core small dimple pattern replica ball enables today’s hickory golf enthusiast the chance to play with a ball as used circa 1915 to the early 1930's without having to outlay a huge sum to enjoy the experience.The ‘RTJ’ ball is a replica of the inverted bramble or dimple ball patented by William Taylor in 1908. The inverted round dimples created a longer and higher ball flight and the surface remained cleaner compared to the bramble pattern. Spalding used this dimple pattern for many of their ball lines starting in 1914 when they produced the Spalding Dot.

For enquiries from USA and Canada please contact us BEFORE ordering.
 

Price: 28.50
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The Penfold Man. 'He played a Penfold' c.1933
Product ID: Z027

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A superb early 1930’s original point of sale Penfold Man figure displaying the gap between his legs, the early pipe shape and laces in his shoes. Having been authentically restored this much sought after figure is now in ‘mint’ condition and would make a marvellous addition to a golf enthusiast memorabilia collection or a display model in a club house.

The Penfold Man was produced by The Golf Ball Development Company who manufactured and sold the Penfold golf ball and was used as a point of sale display model in golf professional’s shops and major sports equipment retail stores throughout the United Kingdom from around the mid 1920’s to mid 1940’s.

Price: 995.00
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