First: I'm placing this question in Golf Talk because the equipment forum is dominated by modern equipment reviews and this is more a curiosity.
Background: Today most of us play with clubs that are easier to hit than the clubs the pros use. They have blades and small cavity backs that allow highly skilled players to shape shots. The vast majority of us use clubs with 'game-improvement' or 'super game-improvement' technology that helps get the ball in the air and go far.
Question: In the 1960's-1980's were the clubs the pro's used easier or harder to use than consumer models?
Were Wilson Sam Snead Blue Ridge clubs easier to hit than Wilson Staff Dyna-Power models because they were for consumers or were Dyna-Power models easier to hit because they had the latest technology of the era?
I notice that both sets were often paired with Wilson/Wilson-Staff model 4300 woods.