The Clubmaker's Art: Antique Golf Clubs and Their History

The Clubmaker's Art: Antique Golf Clubs and Their History

by Jeffery B. Ellis
     
 

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The Clubmaker's Art was just named as one of "the top 10 golf books of the 20th Century" by Golf World magazine and it is the only one of the 10 still in print! In addition, The Clubmaker's Art was awarded "1998 Best Golf Book of the Year" by The Golfer Magazine and winner of the "1998 Murdoch Medal"—presented in the UK forSee more details below

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The Clubmaker's Art was just named as one of "the top 10 golf books of the 20th Century" by Golf World magazine and it is the only one of the 10 still in print! In addition, The Clubmaker's Art was awarded "1998 Best Golf Book of the Year" by The Golfer Magazine and winner of the "1998 Murdoch Medal"—presented in the UK for Outstanding Achievement in the World of Golf Literature.

Editorial Reviews

Business Journal
The Clubmaker's Art is easily the most comprehensive, creative and aesthetically pleasing book ever published on the early mechanics of golf.
Chicago Tribune
An exhaustively researched celebration of early clubmakers and their work, The Clubmaker's Art is a special book worth adding to your collection.
Golf Magazine
This definitive tome on clubs and balls hand-crafted between the 1600s and the early 1900s contains the finest equipment photographs we've ever seen ... and the information is priceless.
Golfweek
If you buy one coffee-table golf book in your life, buy this one... Author Jeff Ellis spent 10 years compiling The Clubmaker's Art, and this book is a monumental achievement. Ellis, highlighting more than 1,000 antique golf clubs, has produced a treasure with 576 oversize pages and 800 color photographs.
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Goodness, what a glorious book! If you have never seen a work of love, check out these pages.
Philadelphia Enquirer
The Clubmaker's Art is the ultimate gift for the avid golfer (short of a round at St. Andrews).

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780965303903
Publisher:
Zephyr Productions, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/27/1997
Pages:
576
Product dimensions:
9.00(w) x 12.00(h) x (d)

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