Six Hickory shafted clubs used by noted player Brian Waites. Used by him before he was able to have steel shafted clubs. 2 Woods & 4 irons

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TitleSix Hickory shafted clubs used by noted player Brian Waites. Used by him before he was able to have steel shafted clubs. 2 Woods & 4 irons
Expires2020-01-03 18:01:00.0
Time Left-216 days 0 hours -12 mins -41 secs
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Starting Price£60.00
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SectionClubs & Club-related Items

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Brian J. Waites (born 1 March 1940) is an English professional golfer. Waites turned professional in 1957 and played on the European Tour through most of the 1970s and 1980s. He was in his prime between 1978 and 1984, ranking between 10th and 22nd on the Order of Merit in each of those seven years. He won two European Tour events. Waites was a member of the losing 1983 European Ryder Cup team and represented England three times at the World Cup. Waites joined the European Seniors Tour in its 1992 debut season and had a successful career at that level, winning four tournaments and making the top ten on the Order of Merit four times. He was the first man to play 100 tournaments on the European Seniors Tour. Waites was also the club professional at Notts Golf Club between 1969 and 1998. He won the Nottinghamshire Open Championship seven times, the Notts Professional Strokeplay Championship seven times and the Notts Professional Matchplay Championship five times

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