QE2 Putter Royale Hickory Golf Putter
A bronze alloy face insert is made from the bronze alloy from one of the propellers of the QE2. The wood head is made from a persimmon block. The QE2 was a luxury cruise ship named after Queen Elisabeth.
A classic mallet head style from the early 19th century.
A limited series; only 300 were made.
Please choose a 33, 34 or 35-inch shaft, and if you wish to have the hickory shaft engraved with a name, number or special message.
Handmade in St Andrews, Scotland.
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The QE2 Putter Royale has been faithfully modelled based upon a mallet head style from the early 19th century and was used throughout much of the 1800s. However, steel headed putters did not appear until about 1900, when they became the standard. This Limited Edition QE2 putter is hand made by the St. Andrews Golf Co., consistent with the materials and technique of the craftsmen at the time except for the metal inlay. The shaft is a traditional hickory shaft, and the metal is a marine manganese bronze inserted into a persimmon wood head. The marine manganese bronze was crafted from the material of one of the propellers of the QE2, Cunard Line's premier cruise liner. The QE2’s last voyage was to Dubai and was transformed into a floating hotel.
This model is a right-handed putter only.
Made in St Andrews, Scotland