Thirty Rare, Complete, Vintage,

  Golf/Golfing Books

A great Download with books in a convenient Adobe Reader format, complete with illustrations, and suitable for all computer systems.

 Hundreds of fascinating insights, useful hints, tips and handy instructional material from the golfing experts, combined together in a unique book collection in a Digital Download!

   Many hours of fascinating reading in 30 books on disc at a truly affordable price. Learn how to improve your game in all its various aspects including stance and grip, the swing, the long game and the second shot, approaching, putting, playing out of hazards, etc coverage on clubs, shafts, balls, caddies, the construction and upkeep of courses, putting greens, handicapping, the rules and a host of other topics including different the aspects of the the game for both men and women.
This valuable, big set of rare books includes the following titles…

1.    ‘Drives And Puts’ – A Book of Golf Stories by Walter Camp and Lilian Brooks, 252 pages, c1899.

   2. ‘Golf’ by Garden G. Smith 106 pages.

   3. ‘The Golf Courses of the British Isles’ by Bernard Darwin, illustrated by Harry
         Rountree  with water colours. c1910, 523 pages.

   4. ‘Golf For Women’ c1916, 326 pages.

   5. ‘Hints To Golfers’ c1902, 154 pages.

   6. ‘How To Play Golf’ by H. J. Wigham, c1907, 336 pages.

   7. ‘My Golfing Reminiscences’ by Harold Hilton c1907, 256 pages.

   8. ‘Poems on Golf’ c1867, 95 pages.

   9. ‘Present Day Golf’ by George Duncan, 347 pages.

  10. ‘The Art of Golf’ by Sir W. G. Simpson. c1887, 243 pages.

  11. ‘The Golfer’s Rubaiyat’ c1901, 89 pages.

  12. ‘The Golf Swing’ The Ernest Jones Method by Daryn Hammond, c1920, 252 pages.

  13. ‘The New Book of Golf’ c1912, 434 pages.

  14. ‘The Science of Golf’ A Study In Movement, c1922, 170 pages.

  15. ‘The Winning Shot’ by Jerome D. Travers & Grantland Rice, c1916,
          294 pages.

  16. ‘Fifty Years of Golf – My Memories’ by Andra Kirkaldy, c1921,
          264 pages.

  17. ‘Golf’ “A complete history of the game, together with directions for
          selection of implements, the rules, and a glossary of golf terms”, by Horace Hutchinson, c1908,
          197 pages.

  18. ‘Golf Do’s and Dont’s’ c1913, 62 pages.

  19. ‘Golf Greens and Green-Keeping’ c1906, 259 pages.

  20. ‘How To Play Golf’ c1912, 365 pages.

  21. ‘Intimate Golf Talks’ c1920, 248 pages.

  22. ‘Picture Analysis of Golf Strokes’ A Complete Book of Instruction c1919, 266 pages.

  23. ‘Practical Golf’ by Walter Travis, c1909, 291 pages.

  24. ‘Taylor On Golf’ Impressions, Comments, and Hints c1905, 445 pages.

  25. ‘The Game of Golf’ by W. Park Jnr., c1896, 328 pages.

  26. ‘The Golfing Pilgrim’ by Horace G. Hutchinson, c1898 340 pages.

  27. ‘The Happy Golfer’ by Henry Leach “Being some experiences, reflections and a few
          deductions of a wandering player”, c1914, 428 pages.

  28. ‘The New Golf’ by P. A. Vaile, c1916, 353 pages.

  29. ‘The Spirit of the Links’ by Henry Leach, c1907, 358 pages.

  30. ‘The World of Golf’ by Garden Smith, c1898, 388 pages.


 Note to buyers. Although the underlying book material is now in the public domain due to their age,  much additional editing, cropping and deleting of erroneous material has also been carried out personally on all volumes, making this book set a unique and a much improved offering. It is provided here at a particularly low price, mainly to cover materials plus various associated overheads including fees.

 It is now presented here in a convenient Adobe Reader form (.pdf files) suitable for all computer systems. This allows for all the really essential illustrations to be shown, as opposed to the text only versions usually available. The Adobe reader itself is completely free to download from the Adobe web site, although it usually comes pre-installed as standard on most computers.

Overall, a big collection at a very low price.

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