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May 19, 2015
President of the British Golf Collectors Society and hickory golf enthusiast Philip Truett, wearing period...
Epsom, United Kingdom
President of the British Golf Collectors Society and hickory golf enthusiast Philip Truett poses for...
President of the British Golf Collectors Society and hickory golf enthusiast Philip Truett, wearing period dress, poses for a picture with his playing clubs at the Royal Automobile Club's Vintage Golf Day on its Old Course in Epsom, Britain, May 10, 2015. Before titanium, before graphite, before composites and before steel, golf clubs had shafts of wood, ideally hickory. That era ended 80 years ago for most golfers. But it lives on today among a coterie of enthusiasts who revel in their anachronism, spurning modern clubs that promise maximum "moment of inertia," minimum "cross-sectional deformation," and other attributes from that twilight zone between technology and marketing. Picture taken May 10, 2015. To match Feature GOLF-HICKORY/ REUTERS/Paul Ingrassia
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