Self explanatory, not many of the greates did their own writing, J.H. Taylor, Harold Hilton to name but a few attempted their own stories. Most have turned to the skills of a professional writer.
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London: Chapman & Hall, 1923. 246pp. The 1902 Open champions autobiography as told by Clyde Foster. First player to win the Open with a rubber cored ball. Played in the Open until 1939. Very interesting read, and well written by this champion from St. Andrews. Inscribed, with "Clyde Fosters compliments".....