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The Mystery of Golf: A Briefe Account of the Game: Its Origine; Antiquitie; & Rampancie; Its Uniqueness; Its Curiousness; & Its Difficultie; Its Anatomical, Philosophicall, and Moral Properties; Together with Diverse Conceipts on Other Matters to It...

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The Mystery of Golf: A Briefe Account of the Game: Its Origine; Antiquitie; & Rampancie; Its Uniqueness; Its Curiousness; & Its Difficultie; Its Anatomical, Philosophicall, and Moral Properties; Together with Diverse Conceipts on Other Matters to It... - Haultain, Arnold, and Updike, John (Afterword by)

Written in 1908 by a Canadian belletrist who fancied himself a golfer, this classic treatise explores man's age-old love affair with golf - and pronounces it incurable. Just as a careful player sizes up a putt from all possible angles, so does Haultain examine this curious game, from the physiology of the perfect swing, to the psychology of a ...

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