Good. Nice older hardback. No jacket. Small scuff to top of spine. Light wear. Owner's embossed seal inside. Text is clean, unmarked. (Shelf location: I) All items carefully packed to avoid damage from moisture and rough handling. Tracking included.
Fine. First prining of the Classics of Golf reissue, a facsimile of the original edition. Foreword by Herbert Warren Wind. Informative four page pamphlet by the publisher laid in. Fine condition. (box 173)
Very Good+ with No dust jacket as issued. 0940889226. No DJ as issued; Blue cloth hardback. B&W photos. Golf instruction book. Facsimile reprint of book first published in 1942. Part of Classics of golf series; Classics of Golf; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 220 pages.
Because this book was written many years ago, it includes a lot of stories that may or may not help your golf game. I have read in more than one place that Ben Hogan carried this book around with him for many years and often referred to it. Boomer's concepts definitely appear in Hogan's "Five Lessons." The outstanding part of this book is Boomer's emphasis on how a good swing should feel rather than look, so it is excellent for self-learning. After reading Boomer, I was able to go to the range, combine Boomer's feel with Hogan's basics on setup, etc., and produce a powerful and consistent ball flight. Definitely a valuable addition to learning the game on your own.
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