England: Grant, 1985. Important and only Biography of this great man born in 1815 and regarded as the best player before the era of The Open Championship. The first man to break 80 on the Old course, Tom Morris was his apprentice. This is a rare review copy, not yet...
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London: Collins, 1984. 256p cloth. History of the Open since the second world war. Written with Michael Hobbs. D&J A6080.
Autographs taken at the 1960 centenary open at St. Andrews, Kel Nagle won Palmers first Open.
St. Andrews: Non, 1921. Every now and again an item comes along with the WOW factor, Fine Golf Books are proud to offer this special collection of all autographs of every competitor to play the June 20-21st qualifiying and hence the Open itself, to date the by far strongest ever...
Droitwich: Grant, 1993. 87p, leather slipcase ltd. ed. 6/100 Illustrated from photographs, maps, etc. plus drawings by Ionicus (J. Armitage). 9½x7, full green morocco, gilt stamped design on front cover, gilt-lettered morocco spine label, raised bands, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, publisher's green cloth slipcase. Bound by Cedric Chivers. Signed...
England: Grant, 1990. 171p. cloth ltd. ed. 326/1125 Classic history of this magnificent links, signed by both authors. Dust Jacket very good condition. Newspaper clipping of the books launch attached to ffep. D&J B11410.
England: Grant, 1990. 171p. cloth ltd. ed. 6/125 Classic history of this magnificent links, signed by both authors and the Captain Tim White. Illustrated from photographs, facsimiles, drawings, maps, reproductions, etc. (from old and new sources, many are in color), plus drawings by Ionicus (J. Armitage). (8vo) original full gilt-lettered...
England: Grant, 1989. 108p, cloth ltd. ed. of 1800 copies dedicated to Peter Crabtree and signed by John Behrend, John Graham, Bob Grant and Michael Hobbs. scorecard of Royal Liverpool also laid in. D&J B11140.
Droitwich: Grant, 1989. 108p, leather slipcase ltd. ed. 6/100 Special 'Author's Presentation Copy'. Foreword by William C. Campbell. Illustrated from photographs and facsimiles from old sources. original full red morocco, gilt-decorated and lettered, slipcase. Signed and dedicated to Peter Crabtree, by J.E. Behrend, W.C. Campbell, the binder L.P. Stallard, and.....
Droitwich: Grant, 1989. 108p, leather slipcase ltd. ed. 75/100 Special 'Author's Presentation Copy'. Foreword by William C. Campbell. Illustrated from photographs and facsimiles from old sources. original full red morocco, gilt-decorated and lettered, slipcase. D&J B11110.
St. Andrews: W.C. Henderson and Son, 1943. 75p. illustrated wrappers. D&j B13240.
Musselburgh, East Lothian: Colville Books, 1980. 115p, cloth. Very useful and informative reference of these early Champions and their famous links. D&J C17020.
London: Muller, 1971. 232p, cloth. D&J C24100.
Scotland: Privately Printed, 2001. 224p. The story of the rise of Troon Golf Club in Glasgow from its origins in 1878 to become one of the great names of world golf. D&J C25630.
England: Temple Publicity, 1967. 43p, wrapps. Not recorded in Donovan and Jerris.
England: Temple Publicity, 1968. 24p, wrapps. Not recorded in Donovan and Jerris.
Sheffield, England: Peter Hill, 1987. 79p illus. wrapps. Modest History of this Grand course, first course to host The Open outside of Scotland. D&J H17110.
Westone: Pipkin Press, 1990. 200p, embossed leather. collectors edition 95/100 nice in slipcase, signed by Hobbs. Best edition of the history of the greatest tournament. D&J H19060.
Musselburgh, Scotland: Privately Printed, 1999. 213p, cloth 1st ed. Early Open venue and producer of many fine golfers. D&J I2950.
London: George Newnes, ca 1940. 64p. illustrated wrappers. Rare book Dedicated to Bernard Darwin, Foreword written to Bernard Darwin.
Printed Privately: EAGHC, 2013. 30p card covers. Tremendous labor of love, published my the EAGHC signed by all 3 Authors. Massy was the first foreign player to win the Open in 1907.
Glasgow: Mackay & Inglis Ltd., ca 2008. 72p. card wrapps. Note and signed DVD on the impact of Golf and The Open in Aryshire laid in from the Author.
London: Country Life, 1953. 196p, cloth. illustrated, foreword by Bernard Darwin. Blue dust wrapper, signed and dated in year of publication. A classic book in the library of golf mixing Locke's Golfing Life, instruction, psychology, courses and players. Locke played in his first Open in 1936 at the age of...
St. Andrews: St. Andrews Golf Press, 2017. 156p. illustrated cloth. The book authored by McStravick and designed by award winning graphic designer Chic Harper, takes in a warm and inviting fashion the ancient and modern History of the game, from Chapter 1. The Dawn of the Golfing age, through to...
St. Andrews: St. Andrews Golf Press, 2017. 32p. illustrated wrappers. Originally a story for his children, but locally encouraged to publish, illustrated by Maria Amelia Randall. The book authored by McStravick and designed by award winning graphic designer Chic Harper, tells how Little Tommy becomes a giant of the game...