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Golf book by Abe Mitchell, Essentials of Golf

£ 165

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26195
Height
23 cm (9")
Width
15.5 cm (6")
Depth
5.5 cm (2 1/4")
Golf Book by Abe Mitchell.
A fine golf book in excellent condition, 'Essentials of Golf' by Abe Mitchell. Hard back copy with beige cloth cover and green title to spine & front board, complete with original blue dust jacket with pictorial vignette to the cover depicting golf clubs in a bag and an applied photo of Abe Mitchell.
Published by Hodder and Stoughton, London, first printed March 1927, this is a 14th edition printed in February 1934. It is in near mint condition with 191 pages containing instructional text with 119 action photographs and 31 diagrams. There is next to no foxing to the pages. A photographic portrait image of Abe Mitchell is in the front.
Edited and arranged by J. Martin, Verulam Golf Club St. Albans, and dedicated 'To Samuel Ryder Esq., J.P. Captain of the Verulam Golf Club St. Albans in Appreciation of his Great Practical Interest in Professional Golf'.
Inscribed: With best wishes from Eva . Buck. Xmas 1935

The contents of the book are:-

Preface, Introductory, I On Practice, II Choice of Clubs, III The Drive - Preliminaries, IV The Drive - Back-Swing, V The Drive - Down-Swing, VI The Swing as a Whole, VII Other Wooden Clubs, VIII For Advanced Players, IX The Drive - Length, X Slicing and Pulling - The Slice, XI Play the Wind, XII The Iron Clubs, XIII The Iron - Back-Swing, XIV The Iron - Down-Swing, XV Short Approaches - The Pitch-and-Run, XVI Short Approaches - The Pitch Shot, XVII Short Approaches - The Cut Shot, XVIII The Niblick, XIX Putting, XX The Stymie, XXI Awkward Stances, XXII Common Faults and How to Cure Them, XXIII Winter Golf, XXIV From Tee to Green.

This book is as relevant to today's golfer as it was when first published, ideal if you need to improve any aspect of your golf game.
Height
23 cm (9")
Width
15.5 cm (6")
Depth
5.5 cm (2 1/4")
Condition
Excellent
Year
1934
Period
1900-1949
exhibition
Champions, Hookers & Dew Sweepers No.69
Country
England