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Antique Golf Clubs from Scotland
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Harry Cawsey
Skegness
Harry Cawsey Born in Westward Ho in 1875, part of something of an English golfing dynasty, Harry and his brother, George Henry, were both professionals as were George's three sons. He began his professional career at Ashford Manor in 1902 before moving to Skegness in 1910.

In 1921 he took part in the pre-pre-Ryder Cup! (see article on Gleneagles in the History section) where 12 golfers representing each nation played one another prior to the matchplay competition of The Thousand Guineas Golf Tournament.

Known for the Angsol series of woods (the angled sole avoided cutting the turf and, perhaps, reduced drag), the Spli-Sok patent (a combination of fork and socket) and the patented "Cawseygrip" grip with a wooden dowel inserted to accentuate the seam.

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