This Harry Vardon reproduction model Bulldog was the trouble club of the Hickory era. Bulldogs, so named for their short nose and compact size. They have a rounded sole which makes them great for getting the ball out of a bad lie. They can also be easier to hit than long irons for many golfers, acting like a modern hybrid club. This bulldog would most likely replace the mid-iron.
- Head: Solid USA Persimmon
- Loft: Available in 25° & 31°
- Hosel: Pitched-linen
- Shaft: Solid USA hickory
- Grip: Hand wrapped leather
- Playable with modern golf ball
- Standard 40″ length 25°, 39.5" Length 31°