Ben Seyers "The Benny" Putter. This putter is everything that makes a golf club collectable. It has a leather grip, square hickory shaft, stainless steel (rustless) head with grooves on the sole. The head is slightly loose.
All original, from the 1920's era. Fancy Face Design: Green, silver, and black design in the middle of a black face insert. Steel shaft is sheathed to look like wood. The shaft has a copper/gold coating where the sheathing ends about 3 ½” above whipping.
Very Interesting Lot brought over to the United States by an Old Scottish Caddie ! Playable at your next Hickory Hack Gutty match ! A MUST for your collection ! Get Images that. Make Supersized Seem Small.
Shaft is stamped R. Forgan selected. This club is approx. 38 1/2" long. The shaft is almost straight and the clubhead is pretty tight, I think you can make this into a playable club. The grip is not original.
Cross hatched putter face, pinned brown pencil thin stepless steel shaft and unusual square leather wrapped grip. Apl'd For. Good condition for its age. The grip cap is missing. Great to display or play.
Very Rare Antique Large Flange Niblick with Large Crescent Moon Star Cleek Mark G.Peacock Sevenoaks England Circa 1920`s. Very Interesting Lot brought over to the United States by an Old Scottish Caddie !