Tom Stewart "C.R. Murray" Mid Iron, approx 1915
Royal Montreal Golf Club was founded 4th of november, 1873 and was the first golf club in North America. Charlie Murray was their professional from 1904-28. Shaftstamp Adam Caird, Hexham.
Length: 38,5 "
Grip: Fresh black cowhise, rough side out
Restored to playable condition: Yes
The majority of Stewart clubs were made in the standard flat back design. A number of instructional books recommended starting with this club when first taking up the game. The name dates back to the 1890's and these clubs evolved from the "general" iron of the mid to late 1800's. It was intended as a general purpose club, primarily for approaching shots.
"The Mid-Iron has slightly more loft the the Driving Iron and is the ideal club for general play through the fairway"
1929 Stewart Catalogue description
From the book on Thomas Stewart Jr, Golf Cleek and Iron maker, St. Andrews, Scotland by Ralph S. Livingstone
* Based on residence in Sweden. Tax rates for other countries will be calculated at the checkout. Price exclusive of tax: SEK 2,399.20.