Dust Jacket Included. 244 pgs, Price is a golfer and writer on golf and served as the original editor of Golf magazine, book consists of many short articles liberally illustrated with black and white photos, brief notes on the contributors and the editor at the back, the light brown endpapers consist of golf themed illustrations, coffee table book size, bright blue cloth binding, DJ has a few ragged spots at top and bottom edges and an address sticker on front flap, in general book is in very good plus condition and DJ is very good.
Good in fair dust jacket. DJ has some wear, soiling, chips and tears. xii, 241.  p. Ill; ustrations. This is a chronicle of America golf during the years when it came of age: 1920 to 1935. At the beginning of this sixteen year period, there were probably no more than 500, 000 golfers; and at the end there were easily ten times that number, and the courses there were built to handle them reached a figure not surpassed until 1963. The authentic voice of this era was The American Golfer, a magazine founded by Walter Travis but edited for most of its twenty-seven years by Grantland Rice. In the pages of this book the reader will find the most significant articles of that publication, including more than thirty of classic golf instruction, eight of which are by the great Bobby Jones.
The American Golfer
by Charles Price (Editor), Herbert W. Wind (Designed by)
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