This Tom Stewart 1 iron was used by early pro golfer Mike Brady to record 2 holes in one in the same round on Labor Day 1917. According to the letter of provenance from two-time PGA Tour winner Jimmy Thompson, the club was dubbed "the Mike Brady lucky 1 iron." Brady himself won 9 PGA Tour events, and finished 2nd in the US Open twice. Despite those victories, he may be best known for having only 6 clubs in his bag when he lost to Walter Hagen in a playoff at the 1919 US Open.
This Tom Stewart 1 iron is in excellent condition. Brady used this club to record 2 holes in one on September 3, 1917 in a match against French Champion Louis Tellier at Siasconset Golf Club in Nantucket, MA. It is unclear how many drinks Brady purchased for everyone at the bar that night.
Letter of Provenance from 2-time PGA Tour Winner Jimmy Thompson