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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 - Hardcover - 1908 - from Appledore Books, ABAA and Biblio.co.uk

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

Condition: Very Good +


Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Company, 1908. Cloth. Very Good +. A tight, solid copy of this 1908 American edition. Clean and VG+ in its decorative green cloth, with rubbing along the spine. Internally, very clean, with no writing or markings of any kind. 16mo, includes a glossary at the rear and a list of current titles ("Popular Hand-Books") from the Penn Publishing Company.



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