Golf Club history books cover some of the most famous golf clubs, worldwide, from the early days and beginnings of the sport to today. Included are also rare and unusual golf books and publications about clubs, such as the 1895 publication, "Banff Golf Club Bazaar". This rare booklet was published to commemorate the bazaar held to raise funds for the new club-house and course alterations.
There are many other, old and rare golf books in this section about golf club history, such as the 1912, 'Dalbeattie: the Book of the Dalbeattie Golf Club' along with items of golf memorabilia with very personal stories of golf history. A copy of 'Pine Valley Golf Club: a Chronicle' is actually Sir Peter Allen's copy, signed and dedicated to him by the author, Warner Shelley. Pine Valley Golf Club is the course, where Sir Peter played his first game in 1933. There are some golfing gems in this section with fascinating histories to tell.
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Centenary history of the the Taunton and Pickeridge Golf Club near Corfe in the Blackdown Hills. Oblong format. vi + 82pp +  Photographs in the text. Illustrated glossy dust-wrapper, very good.
History of the golf club at Machrihanish, one of the most remote clubs in the British Isles. 1st edition. 8vo stapled booklet. 52pp. including photographs. Very good condition.
The transcript of a talk given by the author during the celebration of the inauguration of St. Andrews Scottish Studies Institute (S.A.S.S.I.), on St. Andrew's Day, November 30th 1993. Contains many interesting
Handbook for the Ardsley Country Club, New York, including rules, list of members, officers etc. 18 x 12cm. 54pp. Original boards, lightly rubbed. Very good condition.
A centenary history of the Irish golf club. Immaculately presented. 1st edition. square 4to. 112pp. including black and white and colour photos. Near fine in the original dark green leatherette, gilt titles
Centenary history of the Bangor Golf Club in Ireland. 4to (landscape). 176pp. Dust-wrapper, very good.
History of the Scottish golf club. Paperback. 4to. 135pp. Profusely illustrated. MInor wear to page edges with some creasing to corners. A good copy.
Published in conjunction with the Dalbeattie Golf Club Bazaar, organised in 1912 to raise money for a new pavilion and to extend the course. Includes a history of the club, a look at some neighbouring
A Centenary history of the Avon based golf club. 1st edition. 114pp. Including colour and black and white photos, tables and document facsimiles. Very good plus with a small gift inscription to a previous
Official club handbook giving course description and plan. Small 8vo. 10pp. Photographs, plans. Glossy wrappers.
An unusual history of the St Andrews Golf Course, with many early references to the famous course and club. Paperback. First edition - limited to 200 copies. Small 4to. 59pp. Signed and dated by the author
The history of the Came Down Golf Club (originally the Weymouth, Dorchester and County Golf Club) from the 1890s to the 1980s. Small 8vo. 175pp. Photographs through text. Dust-wrapper, very good.
A history of Carlow Golf Club. 8vo. 226pp. Dust-wrapper, rubbed to top edge with short closed tear - otherwise very good.
Scottish golfing history. First edition. 8vo. 111pp. Gilt titles to front and spine. Signed to the fly-leaf by A.A. Simpson and W.S.C. Spence, Captain and Treasurer respectively in 1971-72. A fine
An illustrated history of the Stratford-on-Avon golf club in Warwickshire. 1st ltd. edition. 8vo. 180pp. includiung black and white and colour photos, tables, facsimile documents etc. Internally very good,
Official handbook of the Criccieth Golf Club in Wales, with a good history of the club. Written in the early 1950s. Paperback. 18 x 12cm. 28pp plus card covers. Very good condition.
Centenary history of Delgany Golf Club in Ireland. Paperback. 8vo. 118pp. Very good condition.
The last chapter covers the Company of Golfers (founded 1754) and the famous course at St Andrews, also the construction of golf balls, for which St Andrews was a pioneering centre. The first edition
History of the Dewsbury District Golf Club in Yorkshire. Large 8vo. 64pp. Dust-wrapper, rubbed with a few closed tears to edges. Internally very good.
A centenary history of the Worcestershire based golf club. 1st ltd. edition. 8vo. 130pp. including black and white and colour photos. Internally very good, (small stain to top edge) In the original full
Golf club history with many good photographs. Small 4to. 204pp. Dust-wrapper, very good.
History of the Elanora Country and Golf Club in New South Wales, Australia. 4to. 206pp. Dust-wrapper, rubbed and marked in places. A good copy.
Essex County Club yearbook for 1921, including club rules, list of members and subscribers etc. In the early days the famous golf course fostered the talents of Harriot and Margaret Curtis. 17 x 13cm.
The Manawatu Golf Club takes its name from the river Manawatu which is also the name of the district. Palmerston North, where the course is located, is the centre of this district. 8vo. 104pp. Text
A centenerary history of the ladies club at St. Andrews, begun as a social club but rapidly evolving into a golfers club as attested by the unbroken minutes kept since its inception in 1898. 1st edition.
A beautifully presented history of the Formby Golf Club. Small 4to. 186pp. A couple of very light marks to dust-wrapper. A very good copy.
Centenary history of golf in Galway. 4to. 144pp. Dust-wrapper, lightly rubbed.
An introduction to the Links of the County Sligo Golf Club and the origins of the club. Foreword by Peter Dobereiner. Ltd Ed 310/500, signed by the author to title-page. 8vo. 132pp. Dust-wrapper, very
Early and important history of Glasgow Golf Club. First edition. 8vo. 172pp. Original red boards with gilt titles, a little rubbed. Heavier rubbing to lower spine. A very good copy.
A collection of printed clippings from local newspapers covering the Glens Falls Open Tournaments of 1929, 1931, 1932 and 1933. These were part of the PGA Tour. Paperback. 4to. A couple of light marks
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