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Application for Pennsylvania golf handicap 1929  

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The Pennsylvania Golf Association's Handicap for 1929 - an explanatory letter and application


Pittsburgh, PA




Includes in the lot:

  • 1 page typed letter from the Handicap Committee of the Pennsylvania Golf Association. Addressed to "Sir", the letter explains that they are changing their format to mirror that of the Massachusetts Golf Association. Along with original post marked envelope address to Mr. H.D. Carpenter.
  • A folding pamphlet which describes "The Golf Course Rating System" by W.H. Workman, the Chairman of the M.G.A.
  • An application for the 1929 handicap. Asking for the five best scores of 1928. 7.5x12.7 cm. (3x5") card, not filled out.

Also included is a 1938 Year Book for the association. (8vo) original green cloth.

Lot Amendments

Light wear from handling; a touch toned with age; overall very good.

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