James Watt, North Berwick 1926-32
Length: 38,5 "
Grip: Fresh black cowhide rough side out
Restored to playable condition: Yes
This very stout-shafted club was used for accurate driving oss the tee and for long, agressive shots from the fairway. The club gets its name from the mashie head shape, which provides the loft, and the shaft length os a driving club when not on the tee. The short head length, a pronounced taper outward at the toe , alone with the low loft on the face, allow a better player to extract balls from lies that longer headed clubs couldn't ass through. These clubs usually featured a fairly stout shaft to accommodate more aggresive play.
From the book on Thomas Stewart Jr, Golf Cleek and Iron maker, St. Andrews, Scotland by Ralph S. Livingstone III
* Based on residence in Sweden. Tax rates for other countries will be calculated at the checkout. Price exclusive of tax: SEK 3,999.20.