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A Journey Through the Annals of the Golfing Annuals 1888-1910

Grant, H.R.J. and D.M. Wilson III, editors


Grant Books



xvi, 500 pp. Illustrated from photographs, folding golf course architecture plans, etc. (Large 8vo) green gilt-lettered cloth, matching slipcase. A second set of the illustrations, unbound, also included. No. 39 of 75 copies, from a total edition of 450, of which only the first 75 have slipcases.

A compilation of articles from The Golfing Annual which was published from 1888-1910, including what the Secretary of the R&A, Peter Dawson calls "some of the finest and most descriptive works ever written about our game." The periodical was the first of its kind, and contained essays and poems by leading golf authors such as H.S.C. Everard, Horace G. Hutchinson, John Kerr, and more. Ron Muszalski's copy with his name in gilt on slipcase.

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