St. Andrews: St. Andrews Golf Press, 2020. 322p. illustrated, Limited edition signed and numbered 9 copies only.
Very special publication, slipcase bound, simulated leather, embossed with the U.S.G.A. winner award 2020
This is the second book hot of the heels of In the Footsteps of Ols Tom Morris, McStravick has a formula of original research and readable subjects.
Forewords David Hamilton, Pete Georgiady and Hon Lord Burns (David Burns)
Authored by McStravick and designed by award winning graphic designer Chic Harper, a full three years in the making. Keeps the suspense high and the expectation does not disappoint, like going back in time to 1879 and early, following this case really does give you the feeling of living in St. Andrews 150 years ago., and getting to know on personal its characters.
This new angle of writing, and in depth research is rare today, and actually brings fully new material to the golf historians table.
Published in two editions only, a pre publication (sell out) leather bound limited edition of 50 copies only, and a sure to be sold out very soon limited edition of just three hundred copies, this being part of the latter edition, and still at regular retail price.
McStravick is becoming the modern day Hay Fleming (coincidentally his favourite author) of the town, picking up significant golf awards including the coveted U.S.G.A. Herbert Warren Wind, the British Collectors Society's Murdoch Medal, this volume compliments his Footsteps published in 2016. Item #8835