Golf Architecture: Economy in Course Construction and GreenKeeping. Alister J. Mackenzie.
Golf Architecture: Economy in Course Construction and GreenKeeping
Golf Architecture: Economy in Course Construction and GreenKeeping
Golf Architecture: Economy in Course Construction and GreenKeeping
Golf Architecture: Economy in Course Construction and GreenKeeping

Golf Architecture: Economy in Course Construction and GreenKeeping

London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent, 1920. 1st ed. 135p cloth illustrated. Introduction by H.S. Colt. "Four short essays" on course design by one of the first great course architects and one of the first to recognise that a course could be created by taking advantage of natural features and terrain of the site." (Murdoch). Dr. Mackenzie "is recognised as the most influential golf course architect of the early twentieth century...Mackenzie's reputation was secured with the publication... of his seminal work 'Golf Architecture,' in which he set forth 13 rules for successful design". Comes with a facsimile copy of the very rare Jacket, this not only protects the book but enhances the overall appearance. Contents very clean, no inscriptions. boards and spine good, minor spotting to lower board and spine as per photos. Item #8862

D&J M2860.

Price: £750.00