The shaft in this unique c. 1930s putter could be adjusted so the club could be used left-handed, right-handed, or croquet style. The end of the shaft can be seen in the center of the face. There is what appears to be a set screw of sorts in the sole that can be loosened to allow the golfer to change the orientation of the shaft. The set screw tightens down on the shaft as it runs through the head. Either that or it simply holds the shaft in place by friction. The auctioneer has not tried to loosen the head as it is currently fixed in placed. The 35" shaft is original as is the leather grip.