This club is a socket head and has been finished in a Honey coloured stain, across the crown is stamped Wright & Ditson ST ANDREWS this mark was used between 1920-1930, the Lead back weight is securely in position, the face lines have been re-cut and has a Fibre insert held in position with 3 woodern dowels. Research tells us that Wright laid out New England’s – and America’s – first public golf course, Boston’s Franklin Park in 1890. Wright and Ditson Sporting Goods imported and sold golf clubs; early U.S. Open champion Francis Ouimet worked at the store while pursuing his amateur career. Wright later donated the 156 acres (0.63 km2), the former Grew estate, for Boston’s second municipal course which became the Donald Ross-designed George Wright Golf Course located in the Hyde Park section of Boston. This Club has a good playable condition shaft and a new Grip and Whipped with waxed linen thread which has then been coated with shellac to protect it from any bag damage that may occur.
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