Illionois: National Sports Almanac, 1957. 32p, wrapps instruction tips from the members of the Wilson advisory Staff, including Arnold Palmer, Julius Boros, Cary Middlecoff, Paty Berg, Sam Snead,Betsy Rawls, Gene sarazen, Art Wall Jr., Ed 9Porky) Oliver and E.J. (Dutch) harrison, used as promotional give aways, this one is with.....
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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1929. Information, and list of Open champions.
Sydney Australia: Gregory Publications. 112pp.
Woodmere, N.Y. Handibook Publishing Co., 1971. 10 card pages designed for quick reference instruction tips from adapted from Golfers Handbook, used as promotional give aways, this one is with the compliments of Cictory Dental laboratories.
U.S.A. Knight & Gilbert. 32p, wrapps Tips from Sport Illustrated, contributors, John Battini, Chick Harbert, Byron Nelson.
Wilson Sporting Company, 1960. 66pp instruction from Wilson, no author mentioned, intended as a free promotional book.
Golf Digest. 16pp small instruction tips from Golf Digest, used as promotional give aways, this one is with the compliments of Miller Brewing Co.
Springfield Mass. Universal Golf Company, 1934. 68p, wrappers. D&J U16510.
Chicago. ca. 1920 three fold illustrated, 6 p.
Chicago: Associated Editors, 1929. 40pp. Hard to find booklet, this begins with Armour, Tommy then Ayton, Laurie, Miriam Burns, Glenna Collett, Bob Cruickshank, Leo Diegel, Abe Espinosa, Al Espinosa, Johnny Farrell, John Golden, Willy Hunter, Jock Hutchnson, Joe Kirkwood, Eddie Loos, Willy MacFarlane, Wm Melhorn, Larry Nabholtz, Joe Novak, Willy...
New York: The News, 1964. 20p wrapps, small unusual booklet.
New York: The News, 1963. 22pp.
England: Hodder & Stoughton, 1960. 142, cloth. D&J A9600.
New York: Good Reading Rack Services, 1956. 15p, illus.wrapps. abridged from How to Play your Best Golf all the Time. Small hard to find pamphlet. Abridged from How to Play Your Best Golf All the Time. D&J A9680.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1967. 187p, cloth, inscribed bookplate pasted in. D&J A9685.
London: Methuen, 1939. 75p, cloth. foreword by Abe Mitchell. Nice Jacket. D&J A10150.
Atlanta: Coward, McGann and Geoghegan, 1975. 191p, cloth. Intro by Herbert Warren Wind, many of the greats swings are analysed Jone's, Locke, Sarazen, Hogan, Palmer, Nicklaus etc... very nice. D&J A15000.
London: John Lane the Bodley Head Limited, 1925. 137p, dec. cloth. Foreword by Grantland Rice. 1921 U.S. Open winner tells how to play golf. D&J B5950.
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1919. 252p. pictorial cloth. 7th impression. Impressive title of this multiple major champion, his less impressive follow up book in 1925 "Guide to Good Golf" gave much more detail of his methods. Almost unheard of dust jacket, in very good condition, small chips. D&J B5980.
United States of America: Taylor Publishing, 1996. 214p, cloth. Interesting look at todays teaching experts, Harmon, Flick, Leadbetter, Ballard, McLean etc... plus a chapter on the History of teaching. D&J B7600.
London: Blackie & Son, 1937. 88p, cloth. Winner of the 1936 US Womens Amatuer and British Amatuer taking the latter in 1939 as well, twice curtis cup player. In 1939 Pam Barton won her second British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship but following the outbreak of World War II she immediately...
London: Blackie & Son, 1937. Winner of the 1936 US Womens Amatuer and British Amatuer taking the latter in 1939 as well, twice curtis cup player. In 1939 Pam Barton won her second British Ladies Amateur Golf Championship but following the outbreak of World War II she immediately signed up...
Santa Barbara, California: The Pacific Coast Publishing Company, 1952. 208p. cloth. 1st edition ltd. 250 copies only. After the passing of Harlan Aldrich Becker the 250 copies where taken out of a bank vault and distributed amongst his friends according to his last Will and Testament. One way to avoid...
London: Macmillian Publishing, 1904. 1904 May reprint, 1st was March 1904 Vardon, Taylor, Braid, Herd and many more, have their swings analayzed, substantial book, 481pp solid clean copy, boards worn as is often the case of this heavy title.
London: Macmillian Publishing, 1904. 1st ed. cloth. Vardon, Taylor, Braid, Herd and many more, have their swings analayzed, substantial book, 481pp solid clean copy, boards worn as is often the case of this heavy title.