Thanks for posting the pics of those Original beauties. Wow! Is all I can say, you own some un real clubs. I love it!! The Seve B model with the Green/white/Green insert is stunning ( I like how the sole plate has minimal markings, thats very original) as are those old fairway instruments. I think Dave showed me a pic of that one time, it could be the coolest Texan I've seen. Your right, Dave's Wood Bros clubs were made with the best material and best choice blocks, with excellent grain pattern, yours are a great example of that. I also have one of his original fairway instruments as well with the brass sole plate. It could use a refinish, but its in very good shape, (blonde like yours, but 15*), white/black/white. Dave mentioned that he probably only made around 50 of the original model.
Here is a picture of the custom made "WB85" Dave made for Ben Crenshaw in 1987, which I own. It has awesome dense U grain. One of the best grain patterns I've seen ever, very similar to what Jack had in his 945W.
And needless to say Dave Wood is one heck of a nice guy.
Texsport, is the Seve driver the one DW sold on ebay last year? If so you got it for a bargain :-)
If i remember correctly it also had the insert slightly more towards the heel and Seve later had his clubguy sand a little off the sole and install the sandvik ti shaft.
The firing pin black driver is very nice. I have a soft spot for black heads and honeycoloured heads like the seve wb and fred's crenshaw driver.
Please post more! I'll post pics of my own two wb's when i get home.
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