Rake iron or Waterwedge
In the late 19th century, the Rules of Golf did not yet have any restrictions on golf clubs. Clubmakers therefore experimented a lot in their quest to overcome the difficulties of golf.
Such a stick is, for example, the rake iron, also known as a water wedge. Easily recognizable by the rake design of the club head. A gift from Ebert van Rooij of Golfclub Bleijenbeek.