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Material Type:Book
Monographic Author(s):Park, William Jr.
Author Affiliation:Champion Golfer, 1887-89
Monograph Title:The Game of Golf, 1896.
Publishing Information:London, England; New York, New York; Bombay, India: Longmans, Green, and Co.
Edition:3rd
# of Pages:306
Collation:xii, 22, [1], 23-66, [2], 67-70, [1], 71-74, [1], 75-78, [1], 79-82, [2], 83-84, [1], 85-108, [2], 109-110, [1], 111-114, [3], 115-124, [1], 125-126, [1], 127-277 pp.
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Keywords:TIC Keywords: Golf; Golf courses; Golf course design; Golf course architects
Abstract/Contents:Includes: Preface; Illustrations; The Game of Golf (Antiquity of the Game; Description of the Game; Description of Links; Modes of Play; Match Play; 'Singles'; Counting Scores; Foursomes; Three-Ball Matches; Four-Ball Matches; Handicaps; Medal Play; 'Bogey' Competitions; Ties; Inter-Club Matches; Open Golf Championship; Amateur Golf Championship; and Club Tournaments); Golf Clubs and Balls (Golf-Clubs; Lists of Difference Clubs Used; History of the 'Bulger'; Driver; Brassy-Niblick; Putter; Spoons; Cleek; Iron; Mashie; Niblick; Driving-Cleek; Driving-Mashie; Putting-Cleeks and Irons and Metal Putters; Park's Patent Putting-Cleek; Driving-Putter; Driving-Irons; Lofting-Irons; Materials Used in Making Clubs; Park's Patent Compressed Unbreakable Wood Golf-Club; Good Points in Club-Heads and Shafts; Number of Clubs in a Set; Length and Weight of Club; 'Balance' or 'Feel'; Selecting Wooden and Metal Clubs; Extra Clubs; Left-Handed Clubs; Care of Clubs; Golf-Balls; Weight; 'Putty' and 'Gutty' Balls; Selecting Golf-Balls; Remaking; Caddie Bags; Coats; Boots and Shoes; and Gloves); Style of Play (Importance of Good Style; Grip of Club: Good and Bad; Part of Club-Handle to Be Grasped; Position of Ball and Stance; Mr. Laidlay's Position; The Swing; Follow-Through; Waggle; and 'Keep Your Eye on the Ball'); The Long Game (Length of Drives; Stiff Club Preferable to Supple One; Moral Effect of Good and Bad Drives; Selection of Tee; Play Through the Green; Clubs to Use; Cupped Ball; Jerking; Bad-Lying and Hanging Balls; Slicing and Heeling; Pulling and Hooking; Topping and Selaffing; Pressing; and Carry and Run in Driving); Approaching (Meaning of Term and Nature of Stroke; Three-Quarter Stroke; Half Shot; Wrist Shot; Means Adopted for Making Ball Fall Dead; Putting on Cut; 'Cutting the Feet from it'; Approaches off the Left Leg; Club for Playing Approaches; Running Up; Lofting; and Taking Turf in Playing Stroke); Putting (Definition; Wooden and Iron Putters; Grip; Position of Ball and Stance; Putting off the Left Leg; Putting for the Hole and Over a Line to the Hole; 'Borrowing'; Play for the Back of the Hole; Down-Hill Putts; and Stymies); Play Out of Hazards (Definition; Play Out of Bunkers, Water, Off Roads, Out of Stones, Rushes, etc.; and General Remarks); General Remarks on the Game (Recommendation to Carry Spare Clubs and Balls; Best Ways of Learning Strokes; Advantage of Straight Driving; Effect of Weather, Snow, Sunshine, Rain, and Wind; 'Playing With One's Head as Well as One's Hands; Playing Against a Stronger Opponent; Playing Against an Inferior Opponent; 'Pawky Play'; Advantages of Teeing Well Forward, and Behind Marks; Difficult Strokes; Remove Loose Impediments; Advantage of Having the Honour; Avoiding Hazards; Necessity for Decision and for Holding-Out All Putts; Necessity of Knowing Rules of Game; Opponent to Play With; Foursomes; Three-Ball Matches; Match Play; Scores in Match Play; Medal Play; Necessity for Physical Strength; Training for Matches; Caddies, Good and Bad; and Etiquette of Golf); Competitions and Handicapping (Prize Meetings or Club Competitions; Scratch and Handicap Prizes; Management of Competitions Under Medal Rules; Management of Tournaments; Drawing Byes, etc.; Handicapping, Difficulties of; Methods of Handicapping for Club Meetings, for Medal Competitions, and for Tournaments; Merits of Different Systems; and Handicaps in Private Matches); Laying Out and Keeping Golf-Links (Ground Suitable for Links; Number of Holes; Mode of Laying Out; Crossing; Lengths of Holes; Placing of Teeing Grounds and Putting Greens; Forming Putting Greens; Hazards; Blind Holes; Upkeep of Links; Top-Dressing Putting Greens; Rolling and Cutting; The Hole; Marking Teeing-Grounds; Repairing Bunkers; Grazing; and Walking Over); The Laws of Golf (Rules Adopted By the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, With Notes; Table of Length of Holes on St. Andrews Links; Table Showing at What Holes Strokes Are to Be Taken in the Queen Victoria Jubilee Vase (Handicap) Tournament of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club; Index to Rules; Rules Suggested, Not in the St. Andrews Code; Rules of the Royal Wimbledon Golf Club; Table of Match-Play Odds; Table Showing at What Holes Strokes Are to be Taken; and Points of Difference Between Wimbledon and St. Andrews Rules); Glossary of Technical Terms Frequently Used in Connection with the Game of Golf; and Index.
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Subject Headings:
Golf
Language:English
References:0
See Also:See also 1st edition, 1896, R=254581. R=254581

See also 2nd edition, 1896, R=238018. R=238018

See also 4th edition, 1899, R=254591. R=254591
Note:Partial reprint appears in Aspects of Golf Course Architecture I: 1889-1924, 1998, pp. 29-38, with supplementary commentary by Fred Hawtree and supplemental pictures of Willie Park Jr., The Game of Golf, advertisements and Map of Golf de Costebelle (Hy├Ęres).
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Park, William Jr. 1896. The Game of Golf. 3rd. ed. xii, 22, [1], 23-66, [2], 67-70, [1], 71-74, [1], 75-78, [1], 79-82, [2], 83-84, [1], 85-108, [2], 109-110, [1], 111-114, [3], 115-124, [1], 125-126, [1], 127-277 pp. London, England; New York, New York; Bombay, India: Longmans, Green, and Co.
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