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TOMMY ARMOUR
How to Play Your Best Golf All the Time
Garage green white text, Hodder. 1965. Paperback. Paperback - 1965 - good condition, slight wear on edge of spine - - used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, non-fiction books delivered world wide. Used: Acceptable.
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Book number: 16987
GBP 25.38 [Appr.: EURO 30.5 US$ 34.08 | JP¥ 3907]
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NO AUTHOR
Handbook of Golf Strategy
Cassell. 1973. (ISBN: 0304291846). Hardcover. Hardback with dustjacket - 1973 - fair condition, ask for photos - used books, secondhand books, for sale, out of print books, hard to find books, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, non-fiction books delivered world wide. Used: Acceptable.
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Book number: 16986
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SARA FABIAN-BADDIEL
Miller's Golf Memorabilia
Antique Collectors Club Ltd. 1994. (ISBN: 1857323505). Hardcover, 0.8 x 7.8 x 9.8 inches. Hardback with D/J in very good condition. 1st Edition. FROM THE PUBLISHER A perfect gift for golfers and collectors alike, covering all items of golf memorabilia from tees and antique clubs to paper weights and posters. Fully illustrated throughout, it also includes a price range for each piece shown and hints and tips for the collector. Used: Acceptable.
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STEPHEN BAKER
How to Play Golf in the Low 120's
Prentice Hall. 1962. Hardcover, 26.6 x 20.8 x 1.2 cm. Hardback with D/J, book in good condition, D/J all there but tear and scuffs to edges. 1962 second printing edition. Photographed by Howard Zieff. Owners name on first page. Used: Acceptable.
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Book number: 4811
GBP 32.06 [Appr.: EURO 38.5 US$ 43.05 | JP¥ 4935]
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PATTY BERG
Golf for Women Illustrated
Green white text A5 garage B, Cassell. 1952. Hardcover. Hardback no D/J, internally good but cover has damage along spine with scuffing to edges. 1952 reprint. Patty Berg was US Amateur champion, US Open champion and 4 times World Champion. With 96 action photos. Used: Acceptable.
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Book number: 19649
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CHIEGER, BOB AND SULLIVAN, PAT
The Book of Golf Quotations
Stanley Paul. 1987. (ISBN: 0091663911). Paperback. Paperback in good condition. A humorous Look at the World of Golf Through Quotations Taken From Magazines, Newspapers, Radio, Television, Books and the Press Tent. Arranged By Subject, They Cover Everything From Caddies to Famous Last Words, the 19th Hole and Women including black and white pictures of players. Used: Acceptable.
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Book number: 21460
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BLOOMSBURY BOOKS
Golfers Record Book
Bloomsbury Books. 1993. (ISBN: 1854713248). Hardcover. Hardback no D/J in very good condition. For all golfers whose memories fade with time or celebration of great rounds, this invaluable pocket sized book will provide a permanent record of Handicap, good scores, bad scores, triumphs, disasters, playing conditions and above all treasured golfing experiences and memories to be remembered and enjoyed at some future point in time. Used: Acceptable.
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Book number: 20701
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BOB CHARLES
The Bob Charles Left-Hander's Golf Book
Harpercollins. 1986. (ISBN: 020715158X). Hardcover. Hardback with dustjacket - 1985 - good condition, 1 inch tear to bottom of dj repaired from inside - - used books, secondhand books, for sale, out of print books, hard to find books, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first editions, exlibrary books sold, signed copies, non-fiction books delivered world wide. Isbn 0-207-15158-X, 0-207-15158-X. Angus and Robertson. Used: Acceptable.
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Book number: 11836
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T. HENRY COTTON
Golf (the Aldin Series)
Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1931. Hardback. Hardback - 1931 - condition , first page removed, spine faded, small rubs most corners - - used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, nonfiction, non-fiction books, college books, student books, first editions, signed copies, exlibrary books sold, delivered world wide. Isbn Reprinted May 1931. Used: Acceptable.
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BOB CULLEN
Why Golf? the Mystery of the Game Revisited
Simon & Schuster. 2000. (ISBN: 0684867222). Hardcover, 8.8 x 5.8 x 0.9 inches. The simple answer to Bob Cullen's titular question is, of course, "Why not golf?" but when has a duffer ever been satisfied with simplicity when a more complex route presents itself? The nature of the game--and the realization that something is just as likely to go horribly on the next shot as it is to go well--produces a species of adherents wracked with doubt, soul-searching, and self-flagellation, a perfect petri dish for observation, experimentation, and meditation. Smart, witty, irreverent, and insightful, Cullen's personal odyssey into the heart of the enigma is as provocative as it is entertaining. Cullen begins with a reading of The Mystery of Golf, Arnold Haultain's touchstone 1908 volume, and ends, as Haultain did, with his acceptance that golf's secret can't be found in any one place. Still, like any good afternoon on the links, he winds up in some pretty spectacular, far-flung, and surprising lies--and truths--along the way. Such as the former Imperial Country Club in Teheran. The minds of Bob Rotella and instructors Bob Toski and Paul Runyon. A chapter from The Biophilia Hypothesis by ornithologist Gordon Orians. The Koran. Harbour View, a state-of-the-art track in Virginia, and Li'l Bit o' Heaven, the scruffy old course run by 1955 U.S. Open champ Jack Fleck in Arkansas. The work of 19th-century Scots novelist George MacDonald. And, finally, his own backyard. Eclectic stuff, to be sure. Haultain remains his caddie throughout; a citation from The Mystery of Golf begins every chapter. "Why is it, let us ask ourselves, that mankind consents to hold prowess in sport in such high esteem?" incites a fascinating contemplation of Tiger Woods as the golfing embodiment of the prisoner who escapes from Plato's cave; it turns wonderfully surreal when Cullen actually confronts Woods with the theory in the press tent following a tournament round. It's just one of the many unexpected and alluring connections that turns Why Golf? (the book) into an irresistible first tee to start searching for the answer to "Why golf?" A journalist and coauthor of several books about golf with noted coach Bob Rotella, Cullen muses about the game in an effort to find out why people are so passionate about the sport and whether there's a unique psychological trait shared by golfers. Cullen doesn't see himself as an expert player, but that has never diminished his enthusiasm for the game, and he'll get out on any course with any pro golfer. For this book, he's interviewed professional golfers, coaches and scientists to find some reasons why the sport is so important to so many people. While Cullen doesn't reach a specific conclusion, he finds that some people align golf with early man's need for hunting and space. According to Cullen, that's why some people simply go from course to course around the world, eager to play in different surroundings. Other people play in anticipation of that rare incandescent moment when they're able to hit a near-perfect shot. One of the most interesting observations here is Cullen's view of older players. Most of the players on the senior circuit still love the game and still see themselves as learning and improving. Serious golf fans who enjoy intellectualizing about the sport will enjoy this book, but ordinary players looking for practical tips should look elsewhere. Hardback with dustjacket - 2000 - good condition - - used books, secondhand books, for sale, out of print books, hard to find books, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first editions, signed copies, non-fiction books delivered world wide. Used: Acceptable.
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PETER DOBEREINER
The Golfers
Harpercollins. 1982. (ISBN: 0002170914). Paperback. Paperback in good condition. The Golfers is a collection of revealing anecdotes, profiles, interviews, stroke-by-stroke reports, that answer these and other questions. Used: Acceptable.
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Book number: 21808
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NICK EDMUND
Classic Courses of Great Britain and Ireland
Little Brown Company. 1997. (ISBN: 0316639753). Hardcover. Hardback - 1997 - good condition - The Strokesaver Guide. Used: Acceptable.
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NICK EDITED BY EDMUND
Following the Fairways
Kensington West Productions Ltd. 1996. (ISBN: 1871349877). Hardcover. Hardback with D/J in very good condtion, apart from first page with dust marks. Ninth edition. Forword by Berbard Gallacher OBE. A heavy book. Used: Acceptable.
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Book number: 21838
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JOHN FEINSTEIN
The Majors
Time Warner Paperbacks. 2000. (ISBN: 0751529923). Paperback. Paperback in good condition, some scuffing to cover. Owners incription on first page. John Feinstein returns to his most popular subject - golf - and brings us the story behind 1998's most competitive, lucrative, and unfailingly dramatic contests. Each of the four major gold tournaments - the Masters, the U.S. Open, the British Open and the PGA - has its own personality, level of competition, and drama. Here, John Feinstein follows such top stars as Mark O'Meara, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Fred Couples, and David Duval - together with lesser-known contenders - through the four tournaments. Readers are treated to a behind-the-scenes look at how big-name players orchestrate their seasons to be at peak form for these intense events. At the same time, Feinstein gives us the history and lore of the tournaments, showing how they became and remain the Majors. THE MAJORS sees Feinstein taking the themes of A GOOD WALK SPOILED to an even higher and more dramatic level; a great gift and another huge bestseller. John Feinstein returns to his most popular subject - golf - and brings us the story behind 1998's most competitive, lucrative, and unfailingly dramatic contests. Each of the four major gold tournaments - the Masters, the US Open, the British Open and the PGA - has its own personality, level of competition, and drama. Here, John Feinstein follows such top stars as Mark O'Meara, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Fred Couples and David Duval - together with lesser-known contenders - through the four tournaments. Readers are treated to a behind-the-scenes look at how big-name players orchestrate their seasons to be at peak form for these intense events. At the same time, Feinstein gives us the history and lore of the tournaments, showing how they became and remain the Majors. Used: Acceptable.
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PETER FOX
Natural Golf
Masters Press. 1996. (ISBN: 1570281254). Paperback. Paperback in very good condition. "Showing you why Natural Golf is a valid way to consider golfing was my duty as a responsible golf professional." John Elliott Golf Digest Schools Staff "Natural Golf first made news when Paul Azinger used the company's "Thing" putter to win the PGA Tour Championship in 1992." GolfWeek "The Natural Palm Grip greatly simplifies the entire golf swing and especially increases the power in the stroke at ball impact." Golfest magazine ". it was only a matter of time until the golf swing itself was scrutinized scientifically. The PGA allows eight continuing education hours for PGA professionals who attend day-long Natural Golf seminars." PGA Magazine "A stroke of genius." Wall Street Journal "After an hour of instruction, moments of magic ensued. Using the Natural grip, set up, and swing, I hit a half dozen shots higher, straighter and longer than usual. The sense of controlling a wood felt great." Bruce Selcraig Men's Journal. Used: Acceptable.
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Book number: 20934
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