This is a replica of the driver Bobby Jones used to win the Grand Slam in 1930, capturing both British and U.S. Opens and Amateurs that year. Jones loved his driver so much that he gave it a name, Jeanie Deans, after a character in Sir Walter Scott’s novel The Heart of Midlothian. The original Jeanie Deans driver was made by Jack White of Sunningdale, England. Bobby Jones’ original Jeanie Deans driver is now enshrined at St. Andrews in the Royal and Ancient Clubhouse.
The model for the Jeanie Deans driver was copied from an original Jack White club. It has our new and exclusive Jack White sole plate design. This design was made famous by Jack White and can be found on numerous examples of original Jack White models. This head has a deeper face, 1-11/16”, than the standard Jack White driver.
This driver is made to perfectly match our Jack White 1930 Special 21-degree Cleek and Jack White 1930 Special Spoon.
- Head material: Solid Persimmon
- Loft: 12 degrees
- Hosel: Pitched-linen whipping
- Shaft: Solid hickory
- Shaft lengths: 43, 43.5
- Grip: Handwrapped leather
- Finish: Satin
- Playable with modern golf ball
- Engrave Shaft: $10