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    Circa 1920 Spalding Waterfall Iron. Spalding patented waterfall iron. The name derives from the shape of the deep grooves which cascade downward from the heel to toe of the face. The back of the head contains all of the correct Spalding markings including the crow in flight and the pertinent patent information. Like many of the patent clubs, the waterfall iron was outlawed by the USGA in the early 1920's, in this case because it applied too much backspin to the ball. Measures 36.5" long & 4" across the face from heel to toe. Average condition.

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    May, 2012
    3rd-5th Thursday-Saturday
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