Category Archives: Nice Covers

Tommy Armour – The “Silver Scot”

The Scottish born Tommy Armour is responsible for two unique words in the golfer’s vocabulary. Three-time major winner Armour was the first person to coin the phrase the “yips.” His definition was, “A brain spasm that impairs the short game,”

Tommy Armour – The “Silver Scot”

The Scottish born Tommy Armour is responsible for two unique words in the golfer’s vocabulary. Three-time major winner Armour was the first person to coin the phrase the “yips.” His definition was, “A brain spasm that impairs the short game,”

Golf Book Gift Ideas

Looking for golf book gift ideas? Click on  the name the book or the image to buy through Amazon. If you are looking for more advice or additional recommendations, please contact us at our website at the bottom of the

Golf Book Gift Ideas

Looking for golf book gift ideas? Click on  the name the book or the image to buy through Amazon. If you are looking for more advice or additional recommendations, please contact us at our website at the bottom of the

Golf Posters

The French have always had a savior faire and chic that sets them apart. This is no different when it comes to golf books. Their flair also comes in the form of posters used to advertise golf. Produced in 2002

Golf Posters

The French have always had a savior faire and chic that sets them apart. This is no different when it comes to golf books. Their flair also comes in the form of posters used to advertise golf. Produced in 2002

Leroy Neiman

It is an unusual path, to say the least, from Playboy magazine to golf. Leroy Neiman, who died last year at the age of 91, was famous for this flamboyant painting style and vibrant use of colors. Neiman was one

Leroy Neiman

It is an unusual path, to say the least, from Playboy magazine to golf. Leroy Neiman, who died last year at the age of 91, was famous for this flamboyant painting style and vibrant use of colors. Neiman was one

Golf Books with Pictorial Covers

Can you ever judge a book by its cover? In the world of golf books, if you are collecting for the long term, perhaps you can, since they are among the most collectible. This month we feature twenty-three golf books

Golf Books with Pictorial Covers

Can you ever judge a book by its cover? In the world of golf books, if you are collecting for the long term, perhaps you can, since they are among the most collectible. This month we feature twenty-three golf books

Drives and Puts

  Drives and Puts by Walter Camp and Lilian Brooks was published by L.C. Page in 1899. This book has one of the prettiest covers in the golf library. It is also unusual in that the word “putt” is spelled

Drives and Puts

  Drives and Puts by Walter Camp and Lilian Brooks was published by L.C. Page in 1899. This book has one of the prettiest covers in the golf library. It is also unusual in that the word “putt” is spelled

The Golfer’s Alphabet by William G. VanTassel Sutphen

The Golfer’s Alphabet by William G. VanTassel Sutphen was published by Harper & Brothers in 1898. Officially, only one edition of the book was printed, however copies with an 1899 publication date are also in circulation, indicating more than one

The Golfer’s Alphabet by William G. VanTassel Sutphen

The Golfer’s Alphabet by William G. VanTassel Sutphen was published by Harper & Brothers in 1898. Officially, only one edition of the book was printed, however copies with an 1899 publication date are also in circulation, indicating more than one