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Monthly Archive for August, 2013

The flange putter is a classic design that has managed to survive into the modern era. I dug deep into the archives for this 70′s era article covering the origins of the flanged blade. There are some great little nuggets buried within this text – some Toney Penna quotes, discussion of lofts and deadweights used [...]

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PGT Virtual Library

It wouldn’t surprise me if many fellow lovers of traditional golf also happen to be bibliophiles. A good book can transport you in time and connect you with earlier generations in the same way as swinging a vintage golf club or walking through the grounds of a beautiful, classic golf course. Unfortunately, it’s often challenging [...]

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Trying to free up some time to put some more extensive thoughts down on virtual paper. In the meantime, enjoy these random bits and pieces that have bubbled up in the last few weeks. ——————————— Persimmon Golf Society founder Christian tapped his resources and managed to acquire a 945 re-worked by none other than Jack [...]

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