Tad Moore - Hollow Back (HB) hickory shafted golf putter blade heads without shafts yet assembled
Tad Moore - Hollow Back (HB) hickory shafted golf putter blade head, back and front view
Tad Moore - Hollow Back (HB) hickory shafted golf putter blade
Tad Moore - Hollow Back (HB) hickory shafted golf putter blade
Tad Moore - Hollow Back (HB) hickory shafted golf putter blade
Tad Moore - Hollow Back (HB) hickory shafted golf putter blade sole view
Tad Moore - Hollow Back (HB) hickory shafted golf putter blade face view
$225.00

Tad Moore - Hollow Back (HB) hickory shafted golf putter blade

The HB putter has a wide-flanged sole and dot-punched face. It was back then and continues to be today, one of the most widely used Hickory Putters. 

This putter is a replica of the classic Spalding HB putter. The original Spalding HB (standing for Hollow Back) was offered in 1919 by A.G. Spalding & Bros. and ushered in an era of blade-style putter designs that are used to this very day. Also boasts a hand wrapped leather grip. 

Made in the USA and approved for play by the Society of Hickory Golfers.

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    Leanne M.
    such a beauty!

    Playing this club feels like playing a piece of history. It's got an absolutely beautiful finish and is great to handle! Really, really nice, thumbs up!

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    Sarah Myres
    Over the moon because my husband is.

    I'm not a golfer but this club looks beautiful. My husband won't stop using it on his putting mat so I finally got him something he wanted. :)

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    Conor McNulty
    Classic look, love the wooden hickory shaft. Great feel.

    Great price for a handmade club, loving the feel off the head too. Can't wait to bring it to the course.

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    Conor G
    Very impressed.

    I was a bit anxious buying a putter online but I shouldn't have been. I'm rolling the ball better with this HB putter than my modern odyssey 2 ball. I'm much better from 10 feet and in, maybe down to the heavier weight in the head. Would recommend.