Great Golfers in the Making. Various Contributors. Edited by Henry Leach. Introduction by Arnold Palmer. Limited Edition. United States Golf Association. Far Hills, 1988.

$45.00

First published in 1907, Great Golfers in the Making showcased an anthology on golf like none before. Its many contributors included legendary golfers like James Braid, Jack White, Harry Vardon, and Ben Sayers. In autobiographical essays, the contributors describe a range of connections to golf–from early experiences to player philosophies to initiatives to advance the sport. It was a monumental, collaborative reflection on some of the most formative years of golf. This limited edition by the United States Golf Association commemorates the work. Containing facsimile text from the association’s own copy, it is a vivid reminder of those major golfers of the early 1900s. Arnold Palmer also provides an introduction. For any golf collector, it is an essential volume.

This limited edition is in fine condition. It is one of only 1,500 copies printed. In the original red cloth, fine. Text block fine. In the original slipcase, fine.

A fine limited edition of Great Golfers in the Making.

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Great Golfers in the Making. Various Contributors. Edited by Henry Leach. Introduction by Arnold Palmer. Limited Edition. United States Golf Association. Far Hills, 1988.

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Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 5 in