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How to play golf

£14.99

Product description

Subtitled "and professional tips on improving your score". Also includes a section on the rules of golf. Sam Snead made his debut in major competition in 1935, winning his first championship and being branded one of the finest natural golfers to appear in generations. His success continued and his whiplash swing stood in the forefront of all for gallery appeal. In this book he writes lessons "in simple language so that the player can easily understand them, apply them to his individual swing, and quickly correct minor faults". He includes many photographs with explanatory captions.

This hard cover book (no d/j) is in good condition with bumping to edges of cover and spine. Interior pages clean and legible. It has a pasted notice on the inside front facing page, showing that it was presented to Miss Moira Paterson, a member of the Great Britain team, on her return from the 1951 South Africa tour.

Item details

Added value:
Gift to Moira Paterson of GB team
Author(s):
Snead. Sam
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1946
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
173
Publisher:
Garden City Publishing Co., Inc.

Standard UK Delivery £3.95 per order

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About this item

Subtitled "and professional tips on improving your score". Also includes a section on the rules of golf. Sam Snead made his debut in major competition in 1935, winning his first championship and being branded one of the finest natural golfers to appear in generations. His success continued and his whiplash swing stood in the forefront of all for gallery appeal. In this book he writes lessons "in simple language so that the player can easily understand them, apply them to his individual swing, and quickly correct minor faults". He includes many photographs with explanatory captions.

This hard cover book (no d/j) is in good condition with bumping to edges of cover and spine. Interior pages clean and legible. It has a pasted notice on the inside front facing page, showing that it was presented to Miss Moira Paterson, a member of the Great Britain team, on her return from the 1951 South Africa tour.

Added value:
Gift to Moira Paterson of GB team
Author(s):
Snead. Sam
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1946
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
173
Publisher:
Garden City Publishing Co., Inc.

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