Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)

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JIGGER, n.2 An iron golf-club, popular at the beginning of this century, corresponding to the modern no. 4 iron. Fif. 1946 J. C. Forgan Maistly 'Muchty 29:
A bonnie jigger shot he struck, that micht been dead wi' ony luck.
Sc. 1952 B. Darwin Hist. Golf 74:
Carruthers Cleeks, Fairlie Irons, Smith Putters, Jiggers, Sammies, Maxwell-Irons, that appeared in the order named.

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