Is it like that? Compared to modern club sets with 14 clubs, the distance between clubs is wider. So, some people add a few sticks to make up for it, but basically we adjust the swing width, rhythm, handle length, etc. (This is another interesting aspect of hickory golf.)
The rules for hickory golf tournaments and events are that the drivers, irons, and putters all have the same designs as they did in the 1930s. Therefore, pin-shaped putters and cavity-shaped irons cannot be used.
I said the rules of hickory golf, but it doesn’t mean that the rules themselves go all the way back to 1930.
There were some unbelievable rules, such as no mark, but if you hit the opponent’s ball, you still get a penalty.
Therefore, from a few years ago, the style of putting the putter with the pin up, and the drop from knee height, etc., are the same as in general modern golf. can be played together.