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(formerly) a golfing wood with a face more elevated that a driver but less than a spoon

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"I guarantee you that some of the biggest deals in the country are done on the golf course," says Tom Floberg, golf pro at The Brassie in Chesterton.
Many years ago, clubs had names like brassie, spoon, niblick, and cleek.
Apart from a few references to the most apologetic of Brasillach's biographers Anne Brassie (once accused in an Apostrophes programme of being in love with her subject) we have no or only the briefest indication that even the most authoritative studies (for example by Tucker or Tame) have been used.
At first I had some difficulty in making him understand me, although I told him very clearly that I wanted a driver, a brassie, a midiron, a mashie, a mashie niblick, a niblick and a putter.
A Brassie, for example, descended horizontally when dropped into a glass of water, No good; at least, not for that fussy spring-creek rainbow that sent me home humbled and frustrated.
Each club is given its traditional name, including a brassie (two wood), mashie cleek (driving iron) and niblick (nine iron).
* Camp Emerson, 5 Brassie Rd., East Chester, NY 10707
The Anchor have The Brassie Lassie in tomorrow from 8pm then on Sunday local favourites Casper and Co are playing from 4.30pm.
Brassie Division -- T1, Jim Collins-Frank Santa Donato, Rich Van Nostrand-Ron Lukasevics, -2.
"It was great to see Brassie (Brayson) put us in front and once he got one you could see it was a weight off his shoulders and he looked like scoring every time he got the ball in the final third.
Instead of a five iron, a nine iron, a two iron and a two wood, players will be using a mashie, a niblick, a cleek and a brassie - and the hire of such oldfashioned clubs plus a bite to eat is thrown in with the entry fee of pounds 25 a head.
12-18 Prince Nymph, Brassie, Copper John or Caddis Pupa.
The collection includes a Long Nose Putter (pounds 3,000-pounds 5,000) and a Long Nose Brassie Spoon (pictured), (pounds 4,000-pounds 7,500) made by Willie Park, Snr., a professional who won four British Open tournaments including the first ever held in 1860 at Prestwick Golf Club
Brassie (1989) lamented the lack of qualified sport managers graduating undergraduate programs across America and noted some institutions barely distinguish the coursework of their undergraduate and graduate level programs.
WHILE Selina Scott admitted she didn't know the difference between a brassie and niblick, she is clearly not the only one.