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GOLF CLUBS AND HOW TO USE THEM

GOLF CLUBS AND HOW TO USE THEM

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Wonderful little treatise that does exactly what it says on the cover, small section on golf balls. Written by Ted Ray, winner of the Open in 1912,  the US Open in 1920 & the first British Ryder Cup captain in 1927.

Second edition. [vii], 55pp. plus 8 pages of publisher's adverts to rear. Internally clean and bright. Paper covered boards with small photographic plate tipped on. Spine almost competely chipped away - just a 4cm section remains. Covers a little rubbed.

Date
1922
Publisher
Methuen
Author
Edward RAY

£28.00 (Code: 31448)

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