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Set Of Gibson Hickory Golf Clubs, H. Logans The Genii Model

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Reference
25693
Height
98 cm (38 1/2")
Set Of Four Gibson Hickory Golf Clubs, The Genii Model.
Four hickory shafted golf clubs by Gibson of Kinghorn, Fife, H. Logans 'The Genii Model'. The No.3 Iron, Mid Iron, Mashie-Niblick and Niblick are all marked 'THE GENII' model, H.Logans and with the Gibson 'STAR' cleek mark. The four clubs have all been re-gripped and are ready for the fairway.

The No.3 Iron is 36 inches in length (has been cut down to possibly use as a Jigger) and has an approximate 28° Loft. The club head also stamped 'H.E. Skilton, Bangor, St. Deiniol G.C.' within an oval.

The Mid Iron is 38 ½ inches in length and has an approximate 27° Loft. The club head also stamped 'Reg.No. 302040, Made in Scotland, Warranted Hand Forged' and with the hickory shaft having Gibson's 'STAR' struck into it.

The Mashie - Niblick is 36 ¼ inches in length and has an approximate 46° Loft. The club head also stamped 'Wm Gibson & Co. Ltd., Kinghorn, Scotland' within an oval and 'Made in Scotland, Warranted Hand Forged'. The hickory shaft also stamped 'Gibson's Star A'.

The Niblick is 36 ¾ inches in length and has an approximate 43° Loft. The club head also stamped 'Reg.No. 302040, Made in Scotland, Warranted Hand Forged' and with the retailers details as 'Lockwood-Brown's, 42 Jermyn Street, London, S.W'.

The clubs bear the name H.Logans the GENII model. Hugh Logan was born in Preswick 1880 and was a highly regarded club designer and maker. He designed the GENII irons whilst sharing his duties between Frank A. Johnson's company and Wimbledon Golf Club. Logan served in a number of capacities during his life. He started out working for the Prestwick professional, Charles Hunter, was professional at London Scottish GC, Wimbledon, Whitecraigs GC, Glasgow, Hainault Forest GC, London and worked for several manufacturing companies.
Height
98 cm (38 1/2")
Condition
Very good usable condition, new leather grips.
Year
Circa 1920's
Period
1900-1949
Medium
Hickory
Country
Scotland