Length: 37,75 "
Shaftflex: not measured
Grip: Fresh black cowhide, rough side out
Restored to playable condition: Yes
The mongrel mashie produced similar performance to the later wood-shafted 3-iron and could have been thats club's predecessor. Mongrel mashies usually offered 30 degrees of loft and were likely created to fill the gap between the mid-iron and the mashie in named sets. Most of the known mongrel mashie examples were ordered by Ernest Cassidy of Pannel or Jomes Donaldson of Glenview III. The mongrel mashie head shape is very similar to an iron and retains very little of the shorter, deeper mashie shape. "Mongrels" appears to have been used interchangeably with the term "freak" to describe newly designe speciality clubs that differed from the ordinary. The known mongrel club examples indicate that theri design was as "betweener" clubs.
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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