Made famous by Walter Travis when he won the British Amateur in 1904, the Schenectady putter was patented by Arthur Knight of Schenectady, New York, in 1903. The R&A banned the club in 1910, but the USGA did not. The R&A's ban lasted over 40 years before it was reversed. Read about the great uproar around this club during the early 1900s in The Clubmakers Art Vol 1: 225-228.
This aluminum-head club is of one of the most historic putters in golf. The bottom of the head is marked with Lee's acorn cleekmark and stamped "Flat" and "Harry C. Lee" along with some numbers and letters. The back of the head is marked "Schenctady Putter" and "March 24, 1903," its patent date. Original 34" shaft and leather wrapped grip. This club is in outstanding condition.