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The Golf Courses of the British isles has been called the finest book on golf ever written. Written almost 100 years ago it is one of the rarest and most sought-after books in the whole literature of golf, a sharp and opinionated pilgrimage to great temples of golf. This facsimile contains all 64 of Harry Rountree's paintings. For anyone who loves the game this book is an absolute must.
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Long out of print but now reissued in a facsimile edition, this classic tour of British golf courses and the golfer's psyche by naturalist Charles Darwin's grandson, survives 87 years after its original publication as one of the fittest and most elegant books ever penned on the sport. As a writer on golf, Bernard Darwin was not just the origin of the species, he remains, decades after his death, one of its aces, as well.About the Author:
Darwing was a reporter for the London Times and is considered one of the best golf writers of all time. He wrote numerous books, which are highly prized among book collectors.
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Book Description Konecky & Konecky,U.S., 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Brand new. Prompt despatch. Orders despatched on the same or next working day. Seller Inventory # mon0000002330
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