Lot 9 of 400:
Aleck Bauer 1st edition of the very rare Hazards 1913  

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Hazards, Those Essential Elements in a Golf Course Without Which the Game Would be Tame and Uninteresting

Bauer, Aleck


Toby Rubovits



61 pp. Illustrated from photographs; 12 golf course map drawings (1 folding of St. Andrews); cartoon frontispiece drawing from Golf Illustrated. 20.5x14 cm (8x5½"), original red cloth-backed light green boards, front cover lettered in dark green. First Edition.

A rare and charming book devoted to golf hazards. The O.M. Leland copy, with his ownership markings inside front cover, later owner's bookplate below. Printed sheet laid in reprinting an article from the Chicago Evening Post of October 6, 1913 "Britons Praise Ravisloe Course" by W. Webb Drum. Murdoch 44; D&M 6320; D&J B8890.

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Binding with light wear, title inked by hand on spine cloth, hinges starting; very good.

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