Instructional books, have been written by the greatest in the game, and occaissionaly by entusiastic Amateur's. Some are very elaborate, some but a few pages long. There are probably more books written on instruction than any other subject. We try at fine golf books to offer more renowed plays or acclaimed teachers.
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London: Macmillan, 1912. 355p decorative cloth. Very scarce.Presentation inscription from the author on front free endpaper. Vaile was a prolific contributor to the literature of golf. All of his books are books of instruction with emphasis on the way to cut scores by saving strokes around the green. D&M 38260;.....
Shrewsbury: Livesey Limited, 1947. 134pp.Illustrated By D.C.W. Sabine (illustrator). Nicley signed on the authors picture. Ex library of Sam Sharp the well known Yorkshire book collector, with his attractive bookplate attached to inside board. No mention of the Shrewsbury edition in D&J. D&J W11770 mentions a Bournemouth edition.