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36th Natl Amateur Golf Championship program 1932  

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Thirty-Sixth National Amateur Golf Championship [cover]: Official Souvenir Book and Program of the United States Golf Association...Held at the Baltimore Country Club Five Farms Course Baltimore Maryland, September 12th to 17th, 1932


Baltimore, MD

USGA / Baltimore Country Club



48 pp. Illustrated with photographs, course hole diagrams, and advertisements. (4to) original color pictorial saddle-stitched wrappers.

The winner of the 1932 USGA Golf Amateur Championship was Ross Sommerville, the first Canadian golfer to do so. He was also selected by the Canadian press as Canada's athlete of the year in 1932. Francis Ouimet was the champion the year before in 1931 when the Amateur Championship was held at Beverly Country Club, and he competed again in 1932.

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Spine worn and sunned, wrappers detached from text block and split along spine fold, some light creasing; very good.

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