Japan: ca 1930. 322p cloth Nice Jones title, Japanese language.
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: A.G. Spalding, ca1935. 31pp Illustrated wrappers. Very scarce Jones title, a must for any Jones fan. D&J J10630.
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc, 1937. 150p cloth. Jones was an English born professional who lost his leg in World War 1, he never let this be an excuse to play and teach the game, his pen knife and handkerchief teaching method is world renowned, he was one of...
London: Dropmore Press, 1947. 84p. illustrated boards. Dust Jacket present. Introduction by Bernard Darwin. This book was first printed in 1857 and again in 1862 and 1870. D&J F2590.
Stadia Sports, 1972. 64p, illus. wrapps.
England: Collins, 1991. 143p cloth Early printing of a modern classic. Foreword by Nick Faldo.
Lexington, massachusetts: Stephen Green Press, 1990. 143p cloth Early printing of a modern classic, printed in the same year as first. Signed on ffep by the author. D&J L7360.
New York: American Sports Publishing Co., ca 1916. 94pp. Foreward by Marion Hollins. Cecil Leitch born in Silloth in 1891 widely thought of as the country leading female golfer of the 20th century, the book was originally written and published in the UK in 1911 when she was just 20...
England: Duckworth, 1937. paper spine missing, some foxing. Contents good and clean. D&J C17470.
England: Duckworth, 1937. 105p. illustrated boards. paper spine usually missing and very fragile, this copy being an exception, spine is complete and has full text, a very rare find in this condition. Contents good and clean. D&J C17470.
England: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1947. 335p cloth 3rd ed. rev. Longhurst first book on his own.
England: Sportsman's Book Club, 1951. 280p, cloth. D&J L15970.
England: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1943. 335p cloth 2nd ed. 2nd reprint. Longhurst first book. the 1943 printing is quiet scarce to to the paper shortage of WWII.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1997. 204pp cloth. Signed by the author.
London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1903. 217p. cloth. chapter on driving by H.H. Hilton. This is a first edition, later editions where published. D&J L17620.
London: Collins, 1937. 191p, cloth. D&J L17980.
United States of America: National Golf Foundation, 1948. 70p/22p/54p/62p illus. wrapps. Very unusual instructional, 4 small books describing different aspects of the game contained in there original and atractive packing. (see photo) Please do not hesitate to ask for more pictures. D&J M2050.
United States of America: Modern Sports publishing company, 1930. 98p wrapps, fragile but in very good condition, intro. by Walter Hagen. D&J M11140.
New York: Modern Sports, 1930. 98p, illus. wrappers. Introduction by Walter Hagen. Good condition of this fragile title. No stickers. D&J M11140.
New York: Modern Sports, 1932. 97p, illus. wrappers. Introduction by Walter Hagen. Good condition of this fragile title. No stickers. This is the second revised edition of Golf for Beginners. D&J M11170.
New York: Dodd, Mead, 1930. 240p, dec. cloth. Nice dust Jacket. D&J M11500.
London: Methuen, 1914. 160p. cloth. Massy won the 1907 Open and remained the only man until Ballesteros in 1979 to win from continental Europe. D&J M12610.
New York; United States of America, A. Stein. 1946. 16p, offprint ed. illus. wrapps. Small instruction pamphlet on the methods of Ernest Jones. Unusual. D&J M16390.
New Zealand: The Rotura and Bay of Plenty Publishing Company, 1932. 66p, illustrated wrapps. One of few books published in new Zealand. D&J M19150.
New Zealand: The Rotura and Bay of Plenty Publishing Company, 1932. 66p, illustrated wrapps. One of few books published in New Zealand. D&J M19150.