Lot 448 of 471:
1951 Ryder Cup Program  

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The Book of Golf: On the Occasion of the Ninth Biennial British-American Ryder Cup Golf Matches, Pinehurst, N.C., Nov. 2 and 4, 1951



PGA / Pinehurst, N.C.



115, [13] pp. Foreword by Joe Novak, Rt. Hon. Lord Lyle of Westbourne, and Richard S. Tufts. Illustrated throughout from photographs and drawings. (4to) original red cloth with original pictorial wrappers bound in (as issued). First Edition.

The official 1951 Ryder Cup Matches program book. The only one in the Ryder Cup series issued in hardcover. Articles include: "Two Great Bobby Jones Stories" by O.B. Keeler; "Hogan's Fabulous Finish"; "How Hogan Mastered the Masters", etc. D&M 29740; D&J P26740.

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Slight bump to spine ends; near fine.

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