Produced between 1897 and 1900 in Chicopee, Mass., Spalding dish face niblicks have a rounded back and corresponding concave face. These clubs were designed to extract a ball from trouble, so they were made with heavy heads in order to pack a wallop. When given a waggle, this club is distinctly heavy!
The dish face niblick offered here has its original 37 1/4" shaft and an old replacement leather wrap grip that matches the club exceptionally well. This is a wonderful club made early in the history of American golf.