Tom Morris 'Autograph' Series Driver
Club: ‘Autograph’ Series Driver
Maker: Tom Morris, St.Andrews, Scotland
Shaft: Original, straight shaft, with original suede grip. Swing weight C-2
Condition: Very Good
Other details: Tom Morris was not only a great golfer, winning the Open Championship in 1861, 1862, 1864 and 1867, but also a skilful club and ball maker. He was apprentice to Alan Robertson, the famous St. Andrews feather ball maker. In 1865 Tom Morris set up a workshop overlooking the famous St. Andrews Golf Course, where he was ‘Keeper of the Green’.
Even after Tom’s death in 1908, at the age of 87, the firm he established continued to produce clubs bearing his name. This Driver was one of the Tom Morris company’s popular ‘Autograph’ series of woods introduced after his death.