An important category, and can in itself become a very satisfying collection of book's.
Most of the succesfull players and writers have set their life's work to paper, some with the aid of a ghost writer. To be enjoyed by many for generations to come. Often very enlightening golf in different stages of its development.
Collecting signed biography's can give a deeper feeling of uniqueness.
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London: Methuen, 1907. 299 pp. Illustrated with plates from 24 photographs, including a frontispiece portrait of Herd, Taylor, Braid and Vardon, together, with tissue-guard. original red cloth, lettered in gilt, gilt golfer vignette on spine.Very interesting book, autobiographical accounts of 34 golfers, the contributors are James Braid, Tom Morris, Horace.....
Florida: Impregnable Quadrilateral, 1995. 599p,. Cloth. High quality, photographs through out. Brings the achievements of Bobby Jones short but spectacular career to the eyes, a pleasure to turn every page.One library stamp to front free end paper, otherwise very good copy, NOT a library binding. D&J M13630.
Cincinnati, Ohio: Old Golf Shop Inc., 1980 but 1976. 304p decorative leather. Published by The Old Golf shop retrospectively for Jack Nicklaus's inaugural Memorial tournament in 1976 ltd 34 /100 facsimile. Special Foreword by Bernard Darwin and preface by Bobby Jones. A great book in any edition, this probably the.....