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: Werner Laurie, 1907. 334p. Dec. cloth. Illustrated with plates from photographs, including frontispiece. 21.8x14 cm. (8½x5½"), original pictorial green cloth stamped in white, light blue, black and red-orange, spine lettered in gilt, front cover lettered in black. First Edition. Very Fine condition, almost no loss of paint to the.....
London: Hutchinson, 1933. 255p, plus ads. cloth. Scarce dust Jacket. 1st edition, and very scarce 1st impression. Maybe the greatest lady golfer, retiring early only to come back to a famous St. Andrews victory. As Darwin says, "she is wise to give us memories as well as methods".Additional cut signature.....