A Century of Opens
Scott, Tom; Cousins, Geoffrey

London: Muller, 1971. First First printing. Green cloth with spine lettering gilt. 232 pps. with index, appendix of British Open winners 1860-1970, appendix list of purse money. Illustrated. Excellent, informative and entertaining history of the British Open Golf Championship, from its humble beginnings in 1860 (when the winner received only congratulations and the right to wera the Challenge Belt for a year, through it's 100th winner in 1971. The authors describe virtually every stroke or putt of significance in Open history; all the great names are here: Taylor, Vardon, Braid, Bobby Jones, Player, Jacklin and more. A fine example in bright, crisp price clipped dust jacket. Hard Cover 058410037X (Item ID: E2291)


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