W H Webb
Born in London, 1880 and noted for one-piece drivers and brassies, William Henry Webb was awarded a patent for these.
He was a clubmaker for Fom Dunn at Hanger Hill, staying with the fanily and then marrying Tom's daighter, Isabella. He was appointed professional at Frinton, laid out by Tom Dunn, where he remained until the outbreak of WWI. While he was at Frinton, Isabella joined Maud Gordon-Robertson in giving lessons at Mitcham.
He also wrote "Lessons on Golf" in 1907 which appears in the saleroom from time to time.
He emigrated to the United States in 1915 to become professional at the Brae Burn club in Massachusetts and was here until at least 1917.
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