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INSCRIBED BY WALTER HAGEN

HAGEN, Walter. The Walter Hagen Story. New York, 1956.

First edition of the golfing legend's autobiography, inscribed and signed by him, "Golfingly, Walter Hagen," featuring 24 pages of photographs. $2200.

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"GOFF, OR BANDY-BALL"

(GOLF) ASPIN, J[ehoshaphat]. Ancient Customs, Sports, and Pastimes, of the English. London, 1832.

First edition of this compilation of ancient British sports and pastimes, illustrated with 12 hand-colored copper-engraved plates, plus wood engravings within the text, handsomely bound by Bayntun. $1500.

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INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR

REVELL, Alexander H. The Pro and Con of Golf. Chicago, 1915.

First edition, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: "To my friend and fellow golfer Justice Mahlon Pitney with compliments and best wishes, Alexander H. Revell, Sept. 24th, 1917." $1250.

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FIRST AMERICAN EDITION OF THE ENCHANTED GOLF CLUBS, IN RARE ORIGINAL DUST JACKET

MARSHALL, Robert. Enchanted Golf Clubs. New York, 1920.

First American edition of this humorous novel about a self-professed expert in every sport but golf who must learn golf in a week to win the love of a millionaire American widow and golf enthusiast, in rare original dust jacket. $1200.

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SEYMOUR DUNN’S POPULAR GOLF FUNDAMENTALS

DUNN, Seymour. Golf Fundamentals. Lake Placid, 1922.

First edition of one of the most popular instructional texts of its time, illustrated with numerous photographic stop-action sequences and large folding chart of golf club specifications. $950.

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"GOLF CHARMS BY ITS INFINITE VARIETY"

MOONE, Theodore. Golf from a New Angle. London, 1934.

First edition, scarce first printing, of noted golf course designer Moone's lively and informative guide to the art, science and psychology of golf, in rarely found original dust jacket. $850.

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SIGNED BY JACK GORDON

GORDON, Jack. Understandable Golf. Williamsville, NY, circa 1926.

First edition of this illustrated golf manual by professional Jack Gordon, inscribed and signed by him in the year of publication: "Sincerely yours, Jack Gordon, 7/24/26." $600.

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"A REALLY GOOD GOLF COURSE MUST HAVE FINE PUTTING-GREENS"

PIPER, Charles V.; OAKLEY, Russell A. Turf for Golf Courses. New York, 1917.

First edition of this guide to North American golf course grounds management, with 20 photographic plates and numerous in-text illustrations. $550.

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INSTRUCTION FROM ONE OF BRITAIN’S BEST FEMALE GOLFERS

LEITCH, Cecil. Golf. Philadelphia, 1922.

First American edition of this golf manual for women, with frontispiece portrait and 54 action photographs of leading female golfers. $450.

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“THE FOUNDATION OF THE SWING IS… THE WRISTS”

FORREST, James. Basis of the Golf Swing. London, 1925. First edition of this treatise on variation in golf swings, with 92 stop-action photographs of wrist, arm and body motions. $350.

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