However they're paired up on paper it looks bad for Europe, but this is 18 hole matchplay and we all know anything can happen.
I'm hopeful of a small lead for Europe after day one.
But don't ask me where it's coming from!
I'm happy with any combination, so Hooker if you're still interested there's a spot for you, add your name to the confirmed list below!
And the same for anyone else who doesn't mind racking up a big score with antique weapons of golf.
- Voyager EMH
I played today with a mish-mash collection of irons from five different sets, 1930s, 1950s and 1960/70s.
Specs were all over the place but I still played okay golf for my handicap, just my stinky short game let me down as usual. :(
It is a long nose style putter.
It's a reproduction produced in laminated maple, an original would be in a local hardwood such as beech. Many of these reproductions have been produced over the years by various companies and I think they're still being made now.
I'm not sure when Millar Golf...
I was down to play in a TeeTours Am/Am today at Enville Highgate course, weather forecast was for a lot of rain so regrettably I had to swap yesterday's clubs out and replace with Mizuno White Fang woods and John Letters The Mater Model Forged irons.
But of more note, I put the Ping Pal putter...
Played at Lindrick today in a Golf Collectors Society meeting, options to play hickory, classic or modern clubs.
I played classics using:
Titleist Tour Balata 90 balls
John Letters 1950s driver
1957 George Nicoll "Henry Cotton" 2 to 10 irons to tie in with the year they held the Ryder Cup at...