Sandy Lyle. His famous metal head wood the Northwestern Powerkick Shaft Driver he used in tournament play - one of the very first pros to use metal headed woods - Given by Sandy to his golf pro friend.

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TitleSandy Lyle. His famous metal head wood the Northwestern Powerkick Shaft Driver he used in tournament play - one of the very first pros to use metal headed woods - Given by Sandy to his golf pro friend.
Expires2018-05-18 20:37:00.0
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Starting Price£100.00
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The consignor was the resident golf pro at Hawstone golf club where Sandy's father owned. He gifted him several items. Sandy Lyle's parents were Scottish, but they moved to England in the early 1950s so Lyle's father could become the golf professional at Hawkstone Park Golf Club in Shrewsbury. While Lyle was born in and grew up in England, he always represented Scotland as a golfer, from the junior ranks on, and moved to Scotland as an adult. Which is why Lyle is always referred to as a Scotsman. With a golf pro for a father, Lyle quickly took up the game, and quickly progressed. He was a top amateur by his mid-teens, and from ages 17-19 won the English Amateur Stroke Play twice, the English Boys Amateur Stroke Play once, and the British Youths' Amateur Open once. Lyle turned pro in 1977, won the 1977 European Tour Q-School, and then earned Rookie of the Year honors on the European Tour in 1978. Although he failed to win on the Euro Tour that year, Lyle's first professional victory did come at the 1978 Nigerian Open.

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