The Brain and Golf.
London: Mills and Boon, 1923. 96p, cloth. illustrated, with a chapter on Theory and Practice by the dean of English golf writers, Bernard Darwin. The preface states "This little book does not profess to teach beginners how to play Golf, but it aims at interesting Golfers in a branch of experimental science, which has important if possibly unsuspected, associations with the game, mind is the master of muscle." This ground-breaking golf book was "written in the delightful golfing village of Machrihanish, one of the most sporting golf-links in the world. Very good, in rare but slightly chipped jacket. Item #11391
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