Jeannie Deans Hickory Shaft Driver is a replica of the driver Bobby Jones used to win the Grand Slam in 1930, capturing both British and U.S. Opens and Amateurs that year. Jones loved his driver so much that he gave it a name, Jeanie Deans, after a character in Sir Walter Scott’s novel The Heart of Midlothian.
The original Jeanie Deans Driver was made by Jack White of Sunningdale, England and is now enshrined at St. Andrews in the Royal and Ancient Clubhouse.
This head has a deeper face (1 11/16”) than the standard Jack White driver.