what was the old name for the 2 wood?
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a nibley can be a 7 - 9 iron.
Brassie. Although, the historical name for the club that was the closest equivalent to today's 2-woods, a modern 2-wood is not a brassie club - the brassie was very different from a modern 2-wood. But in loft, appearance and use, the brassie is the antique club that is most related to a 2-wood. "Brassie" is most commonly applied to pre-20th Century times..
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i believe it is a masse I think that the correct term is Mashie
You might try www.Thegolfauction.com they auction golf memorabilia including Old Hickory clubs. I believe they have a golf Blog you can ask questions about golf memorabilia.
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Masie is an old name for a type of golf club.