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Facsimile edition of the original work published in 1897 by Country Life, with an introduction by Joe Murdoch and illustrations by R. André. Oblong 8vo. ix + 125pp. Drawings in the text. All edges
Includes The Chelah's Round, by Andrew Lang, Ballade of the Duffer, by W. Caine, The Caddies of St Andrews, by R. Whyte Gibson and Dictionary of Golf, by D. Irons. Small 8vo.  + 124pp. 2 illustrations.
"Cuthbert Banks was young, handsome, and plus four on the Wood Hills links, but he could make no impression on the soulful girl of his heart until Vladimir Brusiloff, the eminent Russian novelist, kissed
The first of the many "Addict" books put out by Houghton, who also did the illustrations, many of which have appeared on calandars in "Country Life". 8vo. [viii] + 84pp. Illustrations in the text.
Novel by the well-known golfer and golf writer, although there is no obvious golf content. 8vo. 305pp + adverts. original red boards. A very good copy of a hard to find book.
Golf book. One of Adams' series of Roger Bennion crime mysteries set around the world of golf. 8vo. 192pp. Dust-wrapper, with a few very small chips to edges. A very good copy.
Illustrated golfing story. 1st Canadian edition. 8vo. 152pp. Illustrations. Internally very good, clean and bright. In the original illustrated papercovered boards. A little rubbed and tanned, spine cracked
With six sections including "The Mastery of Golf", "Golf and The Man" and "An Errant Golfer in France", this toothsome collection of comic pieces which originally appeared in The Bystander and The
With six sections including "The Mastery of Golf", "Golf and The Man" and "An Errant Golfer in France". A collection of comic pieces which originally appeared in The Bystander and The English Review. The
Updike's humorous recounting of his 40 years of pleasurable bafflement regarding the game of golf. Small 8vo. 201pp . Dust wrapper, a little rubbed. Good.
Golf novel about a man falling into a coma in 1892 and waking in the year 2000. His experiences of golf in the year 2000 include driverless golf carts, watching the game by using a series of giant mirrors
Collection of stories and poems about golf, with illustrations by E.W. Mitchell. First edition. 8vo. 131pp + adverts. Original boards, a little rubbed and lightly marked in places. Some light foxing.
Humorous illustrations by AB Frost and accompanying rhymes by WG Van Tassel Sutphen, the man who coined the phrase "the 19th hole". Square 4to. Unpaginated. Illustrated boards, rubbed with some small chips
The 1978 ltd. reprint of the 1897 3rd edition of Flint's overheard conversation rendered in dialect between and a caddie and his mate at St. Andrews. Ltd. edition, numbered 74 of 250. small 4to. xvi, 35pp.
One of the funniest books about golf ever written. Brilliantly observed and superbly characterized, it deals with the epic golfing match between the pompous Major, the Honorable John William Wentworth
Vintage Woodhouse - 'Ferdinand Dibble should have been a competent golfer - but he was a goof'. 9th printing (60,400 copies). Small 8vo. 318pp. Dust-wrapper, well creased. A good copy.
Later edition of this classic golf cartoon book. Paperback. 4to. 50pp. Very good condition.
Sub-titled: "The History of an Acute Attack of Golf and Pertinent Remarks Relating to Various Places of Treatment." Illustrated by Wyncie King. A light-hearted account of a golfing tour through England
Illustrated by Chritopher Millett. Spoof golfing letters, many reprinted from Punch magazine. 8vo. x + 196pp. Drawings in the text. Contained in the original dust-wrapper, which is rubbed and creased
Later re-issue of the selection of golfing articles, cartoons, illustrations etc. from Punch Magazine. 1st thus. 8vo. 240pp. Colour frontis. and illustrations in-text throughout. In the original 2 colour
Selection of golfing articles, cartoons, illustrations etc. from Punch Magazine. 1st edition. 8vo. 148pp. Original green boards with gilt figure of Mr. Punch playing golf. Good.
Golf book. A murder mystery unfolds when death strikes on a golf course. Second edition. 8vo. 288pp. Original boards with some rubbing, especially to lower spine. Original owner's name to fly-leaf. A
An amusing parody, whereby the author links the melancholy of Omar with the tribulations of the long-handicap golfer. Illustrated by David Gilchick. 1st edition. 12mo. Original green cloth,
A book of golfing verses, many of which first appeared in magazines like Golf Illustrated, Punch and Pall Mall Gazzette. Second edition. Small 4to. 80pp. Text illustrations by H.M. Bateman. Original green
The first book on golf written by a woman. Mary Kennard (1850-1914) was a prolific Victorian romance novelist who occasionally turned her hand to sports fiction. Small 8vo. viii + 312pp. Original decorative
A collection of fictional golf stories. 8vo. 117pp. Dust-wrapper, very good. Gift inscription to front endpaper. Ltd. ed. 194/950, signed by Shirley Grant, the publisher.
Facsimile issue of a rare poem on golf, written in 1854. Paperback. 19 x 12cm. 8pp. Limited edition of 300 - this is a Presentation Copy. Fine condition.
Humorous golf stories recalling the old days of "canty" on the East Coast of Scotland. Also issued in paper covers. 8vo. 127pp. Pictorial dust-wrapper, featuring an old Scotch golfer with four clubs under
A collection of humorous golfing anecdotes collected by the Royal and Ancient club. 8th edition of 12. Paperback, 8th edition. 8vo. 32pp. Very good.
A short story about golf which first appeared in "Out of the Blue". 12mo. 61pp. Dust-jacket, rubbed with some small pieces missing. Pencil gift inscription inside, Some foxing to page edges. A good copy.
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