A History of Golf by Roger McStravick

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A History of Golf by Roger McStravick

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The story of golf told with beautiful imagery throughout. With new research and many rare images and paintings, the history of game is brought to life in a unique and original way. 

Follow up to Roger McStravick's USGA Herbert Warren Wind Book Award winning St Andrews In The Footsteps of Old Tom Morris, book highlights include:

- What ball did Freddie Tait play with?

- Did Mary Queen of Scots ever play golf?

- What is the oldest Club outside UK? 

- Where did handicaps begin?

With lots of fascinating stories, this beautiful book is a must for amateur and expert alike. Critics have hailed the book:

“Overwhelmingly insightful … a history lesson not to be missed!”

Chris Jones, Editor, Golf World

 

“The history of golf is a rich but daunting task to delve into, but as with StAndrews In The Footsteps of Old Tom Morris, Roger McStravick has managed to compile that story into a warm and inviting fashion that every golfer will savor. A vital addition to the world of golf books!”

Geoff Shackelford, Golf Channel

 

“Expertly researched and brilliantly executed. A very worthy

successor to StAndrews In The Footsteps of Old Tom Morris.”

Jim Black, The Golf Paper

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Follow up to Roger McStravick's Herbert Warren Wind Book Award winning St Andrews In The Footsteps of Old Tom Morris, this beautiful book highlights include:

- How far did players such as Old Tom Morris hit the golf ball?

- What ball did Freddie Tait play with?

- Did Mary Queen of Scots ever really play golf?

- What is the oldest Club outside UK? 

- Where did handicaps begin?

 

With lots of fascinating stories, this beautiful book is a must for amateur and expert alike. Critics have hailed the book:

“Overwhelmingly insightful … a history lesson not to be missed!”

Chris Jones, Editor, Golf World

 

“The history of golf is a rich but daunting task to delve into, but as with StAndrews In The Footsteps of Old Tom Morris, Roger McStravick has managed to compile that story into a warm and inviting fashion that every golfer will savor. A vital addition to the world of golf books!”

Geoff Shackelford, Golf Channel

 

“Expertly researched and brilliantly executed. A very worthy

successor to StAndrews In The Footsteps of Old Tom Morris.”

Jim Black, The Golf Paper