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Colt & Alison Golf Course Architecture  

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Some Essays on Golf-Course Architecture

Colt, Harry S. & C.H. Alison


Country Life & George Newnes



69 + [2] ad pp. Contributions by A. MacKenzie, Horace G. Hutchinson, John L. Low, et al. Illustrated with several plates from photographs, including frontispiece; course map drawings. (12mo) original blue cloth-backed boards, spine lettered in black, dust jacket. First Edition.

Cornerstone work on the design of the golf courses. H.S. Colt was the first non-professional golfer to work with course design and employ formal renderings, as well as to incorporate turf and tree transplantation as part of his layout model plans. Murdoch 141; D&M 12800; D&J C16810. Provenance: From the collection of Theodore Prussing LeVino.

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Jacket lightly chipped at edges, splitting along spine fold, small loss to lettering; spine cloth soiled, damp stain in gutter of rear endpaper; very good.

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