United States of America: Arnold Palmer Creations Inc., 1964. Part of a series of 6 small instructionals by Arnie.
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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United States of America: Donald Mathieson, 1921. 47 pp. Illustrated with plates from photographs. 8¾x6, original gilt-lettered green cloth, top edge gilt. First American Edition. Green Boards, Also published in Red and Blue boards in the United Kingdom 1920.
Savannah, USA: Parris manufacturing Co., 1953. 20p. illus, wrapps. Very Scarce instructional pamphlet. D&J P5230.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1993. 173p, cloth. D&J P8260.
1986. Unrecorded, distributed by Marks and Spencer. Not Recorded.
France: Office du Livre. Gary Players classic title translated for the French.
NP (Canada): Peter Jackson, 1971. 12p, illus. wrapps. very scarce instructional pamphlet published in Canada. Signed by Player. Not in D&J.
NP (Canada): Peter Jackson, 1971. 12p, illus. wrapps. very scarce instructional pamphlet published in Canada. Not in D&J.
NP (Canada): Peter Jackson, 1971. 12p, illus. wrapps. very scarce instructional pamphlet published in Canada. Signed by Player. D&J P15190.
New York: Broadway Books, 1995. 160p, cloth, signed by Player. D&J 13780.
Chaska: NCR Computers, 1970. 48pp Promotional booklet for the 1970 U.S.G.A. Open.
Michigan: Kalamazoo, 1964. 18p, illus. wrappers. Unusual title. D&J P13930.
London: Beaverbrook Newspapers, 1967. 48p, illus. wrapps. D&J P14170.
London: P.G.A.. ca 1950. 36pp. ca. 1950 The PGAs first attempt at putting a manual on teaching its members. Early printing of this publication, being from the Oval and not the Belfry. D&J P28030.
London: T. Werner Laurie, ca 1914. 234p. plus ads. cloth. Substantial title by the Open Champion Ted Ray. D&J R3280.
London: Methuen, 1926. 47p, illus. bds. 4th edition of this book, went into many printings. D&J R3160.
Chicago: Rand McNally, 1915. 276pp dec. cloth. Instruction, fair conditioned priced accordingly.
U.S.A. Golf Digest, 1954. 16p, wrapps.
Harrison Hot Springs, Canada: Privately Printed, 1952. 65p, 2nd ed. illus. wrappers. Scarce instructional from Canada. D&J R7180.
New York: Sport Magazine, 1949. 4p. oblong, illus wrapps. Very scarce title, Biography of Sam Snead. D&J R7540.
London: Henry J. Draine, 1904. 110p dec. cloth. D&J R11710.
U.S.A. Wilson-Western Sporting Goods, 1924. 104p dec. cloth. early Sarazen instructional. D&J S3430.
U.S.A. Wilson-Western Sporting Goods, 1924. 104p dec. cloth. early Sarazen instructional. Facsimile dust jacket. D&J S3430.
St. Paul, MN: Brown and Bigelow, 1954. GOLF WITH THE MASTERS GOLF. COPYRIGHT 1954. THIS BOOKLET COMPLIMENTS OF JOHN OLIVER THE GREAT WEST LIFE ASSURANCE CO. DALLAS TX. BOOKLET MEASURE 4.5 X 8 AND FOLD OUT TO A SIZE OF 8 X15.5 INCH. HAS A SERIES OF PHOTOS AND INSTRUCTION.
Leipzig & Zurich: Grethlein & Co., 1923. ca 1923 174pp. Second book to be published in Germany, written in German. All aspects are covered including the games history.