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Golf instruction from the British professional. 1st edition. Large 8vo. Dust-wrapper, lightly rubbed with small closed tear. A good copy.
One of the better instructionals. The author became the first player to win the Open on 5 occasions, between 1901 and 1910, and is one of the great Triumvirate. Ninth edition. Large 8vo. xi + 322pp. Portrait
One of the better instructionals. The author became the first player to win the Open on five occasions, between 1901 and 1910, and is known as one of the great "Triumvirate". Fifth edition. Large 8vo.
Golf instructional book. 8vo. First edition. 304pp + adverts. Original green boards, lightly rubbed. Foxing to page edges and spine is a little stained. Good condition.
A choice instructional book, much favoured for its clear and pithy narrative. The author was a professional golfer and the brother of John Henry Taylor, who contributes a chapter on the evolution of the
Joseph Murdoch describes this book as "one of the classic books of golf literature", and it is the first book to use photographs to demonstrate the swing, and also the first to show actual players in action
Similar in premise to Loudon's Flicker Productions books which kick started the fad, this flick book shows American legend Ben Hogan, known for his swing technique and his dedication to practise, demonstrating
Revised edition of the classic golfing instructional by the great Bobby Jones, with a foreword by his biographer Sidney Matthews. Paperback, slim folio. 104pp. including photos. Internally very good,
Excerpts from Jones's classic golf instructions, illustrated by Anthony Ravielli. Every aspect of the golf swing is analysed in minute detail: grip, stance, start of the backswing, top of the backswing,
One of the classic instructionals. 17th edition. Large 8vo. xviii + 340pp. Portrait frontis., 57 plates & 7 diags. Spotting to frontis & margins of prelims. Original green cloth, spine split
One of the key instructional books. Harry Vardon (1870-1937) was a member of the fabled Great Triumvirate, the three greatest golfers of their day (indeed they were all born within 13 months of each
One of the classic golf instructional books. 16th edition. Large 8vo. xviii + 340pp. Portrait frontis., 57 plates & 7 diags. Spotting to edge of text block. Some neat ink notes to fly-leaf. Original
Thoughts on the game by the founder of the Oxford and Cambridge Golfing Society and twice semi-finalist at St. Andrews Facsimile of the 1903 Hodder edition. Near fine hardback in gilt embossed paper with
The author was a key member of the victorious Ryder Cup team of 1957. 8vo. 176pp. Photo frontis. + text illustrations. Gift inscription to front endpaper. Dust-wrapper, lightly rubbed. Very good.
The author was a key member of the victorious Ryder Cup team of 1957. 8vo. 176pp. Photo frontis. + text illustrations. Dust-wrapper. A fine copy.
Collection of unexpected situations which had to be referred to the Rules of Golf Committee at St. Andrews and the eventual decisions provided in the form of question and answers. 1st edition. 8vo. [iv],
An instructional volume 'devoted to a method of teaching rather than to a method of playing shots', without intending to graft any specific style onto the player (though Murdoch writes that
"He tells how a young hillbilly (himself) became golf's biggest money winner". Mainly instructional, but enlivened by shafts of Sneads famous salty wit. First Edition, first printing. Large 8vo.
Edited and arranged by J. Martin, Verulam Golf Club, St Albans. Along with Samuel Ryder, Mitchell was responsible for creating the format of the Ryder Cup. 6th Edition (same year as first). Large 8vo.
Lavishly illustrated golfing instructional. 4th edition. vii, 9-110pp. 93 plates and 9 diagrams. Clean and bright. very good in original blue-green cloth, slightly rubbed and bumped. Small, ink previous
Golf instructional book, with many photographic illustrations and diagrams in the text. 8vo. 164pp + adverts. Original grey boards. A very good copy.
Golf book. Key title in the field of golfing and especially groundskeeping. 1st edition. small 4to [xv] 152pp. [viii adverts] plus 48 pages of photographic plates, tables in text and to appendix. Original
Golf book. Key title in the field of golfing and especially groundskeeping. 1st edition. small 4to [xv] 152pp. [viii adverts] plus 48 pages of photographic plates, tables in text and to appendix. Rebound
The author wrote under the pseudonym of "Stancliffe". Light-hearted inctructional. Tenth edition. Small 8vo. 64pp. Illustrated boards, edges of spine rubbed. [D&M, 35480]
Comprising a series of articles by JH Taylor first published in C.B. Fry's Magazine under the title "Golf Faults Illustrated" supported by Beldam's superb action photographs. Third impression. 8vo. [xii]
Profusely illustrated golfing instructional from golfing journalist and architect Major Guy Campbell. 8vo. 124pp. including illustrations in-text throughout, plus adverts front and rear. Internally very
Golf instructional book. First UK edition. 8vo. 280pp. Original red boards, lightly rubbed. All plates present, one loose. A good copy.
The author presents and demonstrates the fundamentals of golf in the form of hypothetical letters to his son "John". First Edition, second printing, though called "Second edition" on the titlepage. 8vo.
The author presents and demonstrates the fundamentals of golf in the form of hypothetical letters to his son "John". First Edition. 8vo. 248pp. Photographic frontis + 1 other plate. Numerous diagrams
One of the better instructionals, laid out in three sections. First part is the set-up, part two deals with the strokes and part three with temperament. 8vo. xv + 150pp. Frontispiece, 62 plates, a few
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