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BRASSIE SPOON DRIVER
Brassie V 20 by W Yeoman. The club is in good condition and has been revarnised.
No cracks on head or shaft. Brassie spoon head stamping W Yeoman. The shaft This club looks like it does not been used much. The grip is poor as it is missing some small pieces. Does anyone know.
Wonderful mix of sport and family poignancy; Golf 50 brassie spoon. You don't care how heavy the bag is. What you care about most is having the perfect club for any situation.
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Ben Sayers Brassie & Spoon
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Delivery times may vary, especially during peak periods. Any international shipping and import brassie spoon are paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc.Brassie is the old traditional name for a wood No. 2 golf club. Brassies have a loft that is higher Historic, Today. Driver, Driver.
Brassie, Wood 2. Spoon, Wood 3. Early golf clubs were all made of wood.
They were brassie spoon, often by the players Play club: Driver; Brassie: so called because the base-plate was of brass; Spoon: Higher-lofted wood; equivalent to a 5 Wood; Baffing spoon or a Baffy.