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Title:
Thirty Years of Championship Golf: The Life and Times of Gene Sarazen
Author:
Sarazen, Gene with Herbert Warren Wind
Place:
New York
Publisher:
Prentice-Hall
Date:
[1950]
Description:
xi, 276 pp. Introduction by Robert T. Jones, Jr. Illustrated with plates from photographs, including frontispiece. 8vo. Reddish-brown cloth. First Edition. Inscribed and signed by Gene Sarazen on page [viii]: "To my good friend Gov. James Cox, With great admiration, from Gene Sarazen." James M. Cox (1870-1957) was Governor of Ohio and ran for the U.S. Presidency in 1920, losing to Warren G. Harding. He was also the publisher of the Dayton Daily News and now his family owns his media company, Cox Enterprises. A key autobiography in the library of golf. Sarazen has competed with all the fine golfers of his time, capturing the four major pro titles, The American Open twice, The British Open once, the PGA three times, the Masters once - Murdoch 669; Donovan & Murdoch 33160.
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Condition:
Light rubbing and shelf wear, faint spots to covers; slight offsetting to endpapers; else very good or better.
 
Item number:
162086
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