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New York: A.S. Barnes, 1948. 166p, cloth. Very Scarce 1st edition, 1st impression. D&J H19990. More
All About Golf: how to improve your game.
London: Ward, Lock, 1924. 304p, decorative cloth. Illustrated. D&J S14110. More
Great Golfers In The Making.
London: Methuen, 1907. 299p. Red Cloth. Illustrated with plates from 24 photographs, including a frontispiece portrait of Herd, Taylor, Braid and Vardon, together, with tissue-guard. original red cloth, lettered in gilt, gilt golfer vignette on spine. Very interesting book, autobiographical accounts of 34 golfers, the contributors are James Braid, Tom..... More
Paris, France: Pierre Lafitte & Co., 1911. 351p. Illustrated wrappers. Professionally repaired wrappers and spine, now very presentable. Original scarce French version, decorative cloth. Massy won the 1907 Open and remained the only man until Ballesteros in 1979 to win from continental Europe. This is the very popular original version..... More
London: Hutchinson, 1904. 336p decorative cloth. Three Time British Ladies Champion Hezlet (later MRS A.E. Ross) wrote this primarily instruction book. The first to be published in Britain for women. The book focuses on proper instruction, also has sections on rules, etiquette and dress. Companion volume to Taylor's work Taylor..... More
Taylor on Golf.
London: Hutchinson, 1903. 328p. Illustrated with 48 plates from photographs specially taken for this work, including frontispiece with "Taylor's Grip." original gilt-decorated green cloth, lettered in gilt, top edge gilt. Classic title, instruction, autobiography, course upkeep, ladies golf, club directory, championship courses are just some of the subjects covered in..... More
Edinburgh: Golf Monthly, 1922. 283p. cloth. Illustrated with photographs throughout; folding chart in the rear. 31x23 cm. (12x9¼"), gilt-lettered dark blue cloth. Contains a folding golf specification chart in rear which shows the characteristics of a golf club best adapted to the physical build of the golfer. Large publication sticker..... More
Sam Snead´s Quick Way to Better Golf.
United States of America: Sun Dial Press, 1938. 76p, illustrated wrappers. Large book, good condition for its size. Snead possessed the finest swing of all time. D&J S26680. More
Golf: a complete History of the game, together with directions for selection of implements, the rules, and a glossary of terms.
Philadelphia, PA. Penn. 1900. 179p. cloth illustrated boards. Illustrated. stated revised but we feel this is referring to the UK edition. U.S. title of "Golfing, The Oval Series of Games". This title, was revised in 1901 and again in 1908 & 1920. D&J H28480. More
London: George Routledge and Sons, Limited, 1903. 149p, decorative cloth. Illustrated. 7th edition revised. This book went into many printing's and hence was a popular book in a similar sense as his Hints on golf first printed in 1886. Hutchinson was the first golf writer to connect with the public..... More
The World´s Champion Golfers: Their Art Disclosed By The Ultra-Rapid Camera. Complete set 11 volumes.
London: The Photochrom Co. Ltd., 1924. Complete series of 10 instruction books plus 1 volume of key to interpretation of photos, 11 volumes total. Capturing the golf swing of six famous golfer's, including the following number of volumes on each pro: two on Joyce Wethered, two on Roger Wethered, two..... More
A Book of Golf: Imperial Athletic Library
London: Hurst and Blackett, 1903. 308p. decorative cloth. By James Braid, J.A.T. Bramston, H.G.Hutchinson and others. Illustrated. 308 pages. Photographs by A. Gandy. D&J B13630. More
Hints to Golfers.
New York: Baker and Taylor Co., 1903. 147p, dec. cloth. 10th edition 30th May 1905. later printing A popular now scarce turn of the century American instructional book. D&J N11440. More
Hints to Golfers.
New York: Baker and Taylor Co., 1903. 147p, dec. cloth. 9th edition 16th May 1905. later printing A popular now scarce turn of the century American instructional book. D&J N11440. More
London: Methuen, 1908. 322p. Cloth. Illustrated with plates from photographs, including a photogravure frontispiece portrait of the author with tissue-guard. Original black cloth, lettered and ruled in gilt. A book of instruction, with two chapters of memoirs. First printing April 1908. Gif inscription "To Harry Vardon" unlikely from Braid. D&J B22240. More
The Art of Golf.
Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1887. 186p. quarter leather cloth. One of the all time classic books in the whole Golf Library. Upon finishing the book he showed it to his friend Robert Louis Stevenson for him to improve it, but was told there was nothing that he could improve, it was..... More
The Golfer's Pocket Tip Book.
London: Mills and Boon, 1911. 126p. Leather wrappers. 34 illustrations of Jack White playing. Chapter on putting by Jack White. D&J F13900. More
Standardized Golf Instruction Book 5-Golf Swing Illustrated.
New York: Seymour Dunn, 1934. 28p wrappers missing. Part of a five booklet set. D&J D217000. More
Putting and Spared Shots
London: Methuen, 1939. 75p, cloth. foreword by Abe Mitchell. Nice Jacket. D&J A10150. More
Golf Practice for Players of Limted Leisure.
London: Thomas Murby & Co., 1913. 93p, decorative cloth. D&J H26110. More
Great Golfers in the Making
New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1932. 268p. cloth. First edition. D&J M11230. More
Quick Cuts to Good Golf
London: Methuen, 1920. 61p cloth 1st edition, quiet scarce. D&J S33280. More
The Best of Golf.
London: Mills and Boon, 1925. 64p. Cloth. plus ads. cloth. Hardest to find of the four Eleanor Helme golf titles. D&J H12730. More