Length: 35,25 "
Restored to playable condition: No
The first mashie cleeks appearad in the late 1800's, probably predating the driving mashie. In power, they are comparable to the driving mashie and the driving iron, but they are the more scarce of these types ofdriving and long approach clubs. There must have been some favorable characteristics as mashie cleeks were still offered in the 1929 Stewart catalogue, having survived until the end of the hickory shaft era. These clubs probably only saw use by better players. Mashie cleeks are deeper in the blade and show less taper from toe to heel.
From the book on Thomas Stewart Jr, Golf Cleek and Iron maker, St. Andrews, Scotland by Ralph S. Livingstone III
Category Collectors items
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