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Richmond Golf Club - a history By Roger Frampton
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A history of Richmond Golf Club from its foundation in 1891 to the present with a foreword by Peter Alliss. Royalties from the sale of this book are donated to Starlight Children's Foundation to... More > help brighten the lives of seriously and terminally ill children.< Less
Richmond Golf Club - a history By Roger Frampton
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A history of Richmond Golf Club from its foundation in 1891 to the present with a foreword by Peter Alliss. Royalties from the sale of this book are donated to Starlight Children's Foundation to... More > help brighten the lives of seriously and terminally ill children.< Less
An Introduction To Golf & Golf Equipment By Jack Smith
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The History of Golf Why a Golf Ball has Dimples Find out if Graphite is better than Steel Why you need Custom Fitting Clubs What you should look for in a Golf Bag Learn about some of the Golf... More > Clubs And much, much more…< Less
The Modern History of Berkhamsted Golf Club By Gaius Potton
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The book takes the reader through the highly personal memories of the last 35 years at the club. Gaius describes the players, competitions, and organisation, and much more, in vivid detail. The book... More > includes chapters on re-building the club house, the Artisans, schools section, scratch and first teams. Past and current members will find the book a joy to read. The book also includes several hundred photos taken by Gaius through the ages including players, competitions, events and celebrations. Gaius (also known as Gus) is a retired construction manager based in Hertfordshire. Since joining the Berkhamsted golf club in 1962, Gus has been an avid golfer, and has been involved in every aspect of the club’s organisation for over 25 years. He was club captain in 1993, and has led the scratch and school section. Gaius – a category one golfer for over 40 years, currently enjoys as much golf as he can, and still plays off of a handicap of 2 and is loving every minute of it.< Less
Golf Beginning By T. Levine, Ph.D.
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This book is for the golf lover. Vintage stereographs of the players who pioneered the game. Any golfer will be fascinated to learn the interesting facts and names of the history of golf.
Fort Lauderdale Golf and Country Club By Del Brown, GolemAura.com
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History Of Fort Lauderdale Golf and Country Club
The Belvoir Park Golf Club: A Celebration By Belvoir Park Golf Club Memorabilia Committee
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This book shows, mainly in pictures, the beauty of The Belvoir Park Golf Club in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It starts by showing photographs of the course today and then traces its history from its... More > foundation in 1927 until 2005. For anyone who has visited Belvoir or who is interested in golf this book is a must.< Less
The Belvoir Park Golf Club: A Celebration By Belvoir Park Golf Club Memorabilia Committee
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This book shows, mainly in pictures, the beauty of The Belvoir Park Golf Club in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It starts by showing photographs of the course today and then traces its history from its... More > foundation in 1927 until 2005. For anyone who has visited Belvoir or who is interested in golf this book is a must.< Less
Fred Corcoran: The Man Who Sold the World on Golf By Judy Corcoran
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In 1936, a year before Fred Corcoran became the tournament manager of the PGA, there were 22 tournaments nationwide. By the time he left in 1947, there were 45 tournaments and the purse had increased... More > 300%. Fred Corcoran loved a good show and could put one on. He was probably the most complex and fascinating personality in the history of the game, and he might have been the richest had others seen the future as he did. With Sam Snead, Ted Williams, Tony Lema, Gene Sarazen, Walter Hagen, Babe Zaharias, Bing Crosby, Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Ben Hogan, Ken Venturi, Jack Sharkey, Stan Musial and Peter Gogolak as his friends and clients, Fred Corcoran put golf on the map and told a million stories about it. Fred Corcoran was golf’s first promoter, business manager, press agent and international tournament director.< Less
Fred Corcoran: The Man Who Sold the World on Golf By Judy Corcoran
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In 1936, a year before Fred Corcoran became the tournament manager of the PGA, there were 22 tournaments nationwide. By the time he left in 1947, there were 45 tournaments and the purse had increased... More > 300%. Fred Corcoran loved a good show and could put one on. He was probably the most complex and fascinating personality in the history of the game, and he might have been the richest had others seen the future as he did. With Sam Snead, Ted Williams, Tony Lema, Gene Sarazen, Walter Hagen, Babe Zaharias, Bing Crosby, Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Ben Hogan, Ken Venturi, Jack Sharkey, Stan Musial and Peter Gogolak as his friends and clients, Fred Corcoran put golf on the map and told a million stories about it. Fred Corcoran was golf’s first promoter, business manager, press agent and international tournament director.< Less