London: Newnes, 1930. 178p. Decorative cloth. Frontispiece portrait from a photograph of the author. Publisher's colour pictorial jacket, and plain to see the book has spent its life inside of the jacket. D&J D6820.
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London: Seeley, Service and Co. Limited, 1931. 251p. quarter leather. Very underrated title, superb contributors, Darwin, Cotton... Very hard to find deluxe half leather edition in excellent condition no bumping to board corners, some sunning to spine, contents fine probably never read. D&J W10660.
London: Thorton Butterworth, 1924. 126p. cloth. Early ladies instruction from the Ladies Open Champion, the English Open, the French and Canadian Open Champion. Very nice copy of this title, in a very good a scarce Jacket. second impression also 1924. D&J L8950.
Bentveld, Holland: privately printed, 1982. 76p. blue gilt leather. limited edition no. 41/100 copies only. Privately Printed first edition. Foreword by Peter Dobereiner. This, the first time we have come across this signed first edition. Mint condition, nice addition. D&J V2110.
. ca 1905. Superb clear cut signature of the 1902 Open champion and inscribed Open Champion 1902, we doubt that there has ever been a more proud player before or since than to have won the Championship, Herd could have won many more Championships, if not for some weak putts...
ca. 1910. Fine clean cut example of Taylor's period signature, would be great displayed. Five time winner of The Open, founder of the British PGA Ryder Cup captain. True giant of the game. One of the three Triumvirate.
Scotland: McCorquodale & Co., 1921. 144, , xxxiiv pp. Large color folding map of the Plan of the Gleaneagles Golf Course at rear; many tinted photographs and maps within, each page with decorative frame. (8vo) original illustrated boards. A wonderful book detailing the history of Gleneagles Golf Course. Also includes...
Edinburgh: R. & R. Clark, 1912. 68p. cloth. Illustrated with plates from photos; double-page color map plan of the Moncreiffe Island Golf Course, original decorative red cloth. First Edition. The Club was founded in 1858 by local Perth gentlemen who wanted to form a club "whose interest would be more...
London: Nicholas Kaye Ltd., 1957. 190p, illus. wrappers Eighth impression 1957. D&J H20050.
New York: Putnam's, G.P. & Sons, 1931. 199p, cloth. Scarce title, surprisingly seldom offered. D&J D21280.
London: Pelham Books, 1969. 130p. cloth. One of the classic instructional titles, not often classed as such, but mainly because it is so hard to find, many of the top teachers have never seen it! D&J W14620.
London: Methuen, 1933. 145p, cloth. edited by J.Martin. 3rd impression. Quiet scarce and important title. 1st edition September 1933. D&J M31360.
United States of America: Thos E. Wilson and Co., 1921. 343p, cloth Biography every one should have read. Rare Dust jacket, probably the scarcest version of this book, harder to find than the limited edition. Charles 'Chick' Evans was the first man to win the U.S. Open and the U.S......
ca. 1950. Fine example of 1951 Open Champion's autograph pre his Open win. Reverse Bill Shankland autograph was runner up in 1939 and 1947.
ca. 1950. Fine example of 1947 Ryder Cup player's autograph. Horne missed out on the 1947 Open by a single shot.
ca. 1950. Fine example of 1947 Open Champion Fred Daly's autograph.
ca. 1930. Fine example of Cotton's autograph.
ca. 1930. Fine example of Compson's period signature, along with Shankland and Reg Whitcombe would be great displayed.
ca. 1930. Fine example of Burton's period signature, would be great displayed. Rear is the autograph of George Formby famous British Comedian. Richard Burton (11 October 1907 – 30 January 1974) was an English professional golfer. Burton is mainly remembered for winning The Open Championship (British Open) in 1939, when...
London: 1943. cut autograph and inscription in poem form in Duncan's unique style of handwriting.
Lytham St. Annes: Lancashire Union of Golf Clubs, 2009. 240p. decorative cloth. Comprehensive history of the Red Rose county's proud clubs and players.
Muirfield: AGW, 1992. AGW dinner dedicated and signed to Seve Ballesteros. Scarce item. Ballesteros's last major victory.
Turnberry: AGW, 1986. AGW dinner, attended and signed by many, Greg Norman, Bernard Langer, Charles Coody, Sam Torrance, Seve Ballesteros, Tommy Horton, Sandy Lyle, Henry Cottton, Andrews Chandler.
Shipley: Privately Printed, 2006. Flicker style book, card wrappers.
United States of America: R & A, Muirfield. 2002. 176p. simulated leather. Printed to honour Kathy Whitworth 2002 Memorial. This is a very difficult Memorial title to find. No. 55 of 250 total. Interestingly the Memorial tournament also published Bobby Locke on Golf to honour Bobby Locke in 2002.