Hazards, Those Essential Elements in a Golf Course Without Which the Game Would be Tame and Uninteresting. Aleck Bauer.
Hazards, Those Essential Elements in a Golf Course Without Which the Game Would be Tame and Uninteresting
Hazards, Those Essential Elements in a Golf Course Without Which the Game Would be Tame and Uninteresting
Hazards, Those Essential Elements in a Golf Course Without Which the Game Would be Tame and Uninteresting
Hazards, Those Essential Elements in a Golf Course Without Which the Game Would be Tame and Uninteresting
Hazards, Those Essential Elements in a Golf Course Without Which the Game Would be Tame and Uninteresting
Hazards, Those Essential Elements in a Golf Course Without Which the Game Would be Tame and Uninteresting

Hazards, Those Essential Elements in a Golf Course Without Which the Game Would be Tame and Uninteresting

Chicago: 1913. 61 pp. Illustrated from photographs; 12 golf course map drawings (1 folding of St. Andrews); cartoon frontispiece drawing from Golf Illustrated. (8vo) 20.5x14 cm (8x5½"), original red cloth-backed light green boards, front cover lettered in dark green. First Edition. A rare and charming book devoted to golf hazards. The red spine has been relaid, in the exact style as the original, some minor water damage to lower cover and a few internal pages. This book is notoriously fragile, hence a good copy of a very rare and important title. Item #7334

Murdoch 44; D&M 6320; D&J B8890.; Provenance: The collection of Michael Hurdzan.

Price: £2,998.00