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Hello, I bought some clubs at a garage sale. They are old big berthas. My question is what year are they from and what does the letter designation A mean on a club? That is the only stamp on it.

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33 minutes ago, TheCurl44 said:

thanks. any idea on the age ?

These are from 1996.

All of this information is freely and easily accessible on the web.

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1 hour ago, FlappyGilmore said:

A Wedge = Gap Wedge

A = approach which = gap.

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Still a super game improvement club. See Maltby's Playability Factor listing. Best, -Marv

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I am still playing my Bertha's! Great clubs

the A stands for "Awesome"!!!!!!

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Technically, the "A" stands for Approach.  And as @Shorty pointed out, an approach wedge is the same type of club as a gap wedge.

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