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Wood 4 golf club used by Ethel Funches

A wood golf club from Wilson, used by Ethel Funches.

The shaft is silver in color and is made out of metal. There is a black rubber grip at the top. The grip has grooved lines going diagonally around it. There are different sized holes on the grip. There is a design, not wear and tear. The word [Wilson] is printed on it in faded text. There is a gold, red, and blue logo at the top of the grip. There is a gold circle with gold text in two different fonts. It reads [The Reminder / PAT. NO. / 974,875]. There are two flags, one red and one blue.

There is a grey and green adhesive label with grey text on the shaft. It reads [TRUE TEMPER ROCKET]. The shaft has some scuffs and scratches on it. The b...

late 20th century
Wood, metal, rubber, and ink
109.2 x 7.6 x 8.9 cm
Image and text © National Museum of African American History and Culture, 2020