Golf For Women
Suggs, Louise (ed.)

NY: Rutledge, 1960. White paper-covered boards lettered in grass green; 192 pps. Illustrated throughout with instructional action photos. Seven top women professional golfers of the 1950s contribute instructional essays to this compendium that pinpoints the advantages women have in developing a low-scoring game. From short irons, trap shots and putting to the psychological aspects, the work is clear and concise and as valid today as when it was published. A tight copy, toning to the lower edge of the hardcovers. In a bright, crisp dust jacket with minor wear at the head of the spine. Hard Cover (Item ID: E5966)


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