mashie

[n] - middle-distance iron
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mashie

five iron noun middle-distance iron
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Mashie

• (n.) Alt. of Mashy
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mashie

Lofted iron club that was introduced in the 1880's and is no longer in use. Used for pitching with backspin. Another name for the number 5 iron.
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Mashie

A pre 20th century golf club, with a wooden shaft closely similar to the contemporary 5-iron is a Mashie.
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Mashie

Old fashioned hickory shafted iron varieties of which were similar to today's 5,6 and 7 irons.
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Mashie

Archaic term for a 5 iron
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