What is the old name for a driving iron?

What is the old name for a driving iron?

Driving Iron – the 1-iron, now rendered practically obsolete by more forgiving modern clubs, was known by this name until the 19 th century. 11. Mid-mashie – this is the previous name for a golf club which corresponds to the modern 3-iron.

Why play at Spooner Golf Club?

Spooner Golf Club is the must play golf course in Northwest Wisconsin. The Tommy Vardon layout is a Classic with tree lined fairways and rolling hills. Spooner Golf Club is committed to maintaining top standards and professionalism while providing its members and patrons exceptional service and golf course conditions.

What do the numbers on golf clubs mean?

Now that you are more familiar with the types of golf clubs, what about the golf club numbers? Golf club numbers refer to the loft, which is the angle of the golf club face. When you adjust the loft, you are changing the height and distance the golf ball will travel when struck.

What are some old golf club names?

Old Golf Club Names: 1. Grass Club, Long Club, Play Club, Hickory Shafted Driver – these are all obsolete names for a driver, the biggest club in a golfer’s bag. 2.