A short wooden club having a deeply concave face, seldom used.
Sturdy wooden club, now obsolete, similar to the modern 3- or 4-wood. It replaced the earlier 'baffing spoon' and had a lofted face for hitting high trajectory shots from the fairway.
A small headed, steeply lofted wooden club, no longer in use, which was developed from the baffing spoon. The modern equivalent would be the number four wood.