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Description:Very Good++ SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY HERBERT WARREN WIND. A Near...Very Good++ SIGNED AND INSCRIBED BY HERBERT WARREN WIND. A Near Fine hardback Second Edition First Printing with minimal foxing in a Near Fine Dust Jacket. Revised by the author to include material from 1948-1956 and with a new section called "The Age of Hogan." Sm. 4to. 563 pp. Born in Brockton, Massachusetts in 1915, Herbert Warren Wind is regarded as the finest American golf writer of the twentieth century. A graduate of Yale University, Wind left America to pursue a Masters degree at Cambridge University. It was during his years in Britain that his passion for the game developed. Wind came to prominence as a writer and editor for Sports Illustrated during its early years. However, it was his stint at the New Yorker beginning in 1962 that was the most important period in his career. For two decades he produced some of the best essays written on the game. "The Story of American Golf", originally published in 1948 and later revised, is widely recognized as the definitive work on the history of golf in the United States. (Donovan-Jerris p. 811). Donovan-Murdoch 40340. Donovan-Jerris W18430.
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