Lot 249 of 471:
Rules of the Game of Golf, 1908  

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Rules of the Game of Golf, As approved by the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, September 1908. Together with Recommendations, Form and Make of Golf Clubs, Etiquette, Special Rules for Match Play Competitions, Rules for Three-ball, Best Ball, and Four-ball Matches, Special rules for Stroke Competitions


St. Andrews

W.C. Henderson & Son, University Press



[2], 32, xii pp. 19.5x14 cm (7¾x5½"), original saddle-stitched burgundy paper wrappers, lettered in black with an ornamental border.

With inscription on inside cover "With Norman Salman's Compliments Jan 1909". Together with recommendations, form and make of golf clubs, etiquette, special rules for match play competitions, rules for three-ball, best ball, and four ball matches.  Special rules for stroke competitions. Nice early rules book with decorative cover from an era of predominantly match play.

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Wrappers darkened a bit with a few chips and a few scuffs; light bump at top corner; very good.

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