A quite heavy straight-hoselled putter datinfg to around the time of the First World War from a shop in Edinburgh's Dalry Road.
The face has an enclosed lined pattern. The reverse is stamped "Warranted Hand Forged", "M Campbell Dalry Road Edinb" and "Putting Iron" as the name of the club which is ver unusual. The norm would be putter or putting cleek. There is an oblique mark towards the toe which may be an inspection mark (to show the foreman approved the head).
A straight hickory shaft has a black polished leather grip, probably a first replacement from the early 1920s.
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