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Material Type:Book
Monographic Author(s):Cornish, Geoffrey S.; Whitten, Ronald E.
Monograph Title:The Golf Course, 1989.
# of Pages:382
Publishing Information:Stamford, Connecticut: Alisa Inc.
Collation:[10], 367, [5], pp.
Series:The Classics of Golf
Related Web URL:https://www.amazon.com/Golf-Course-Classics-Special-Selection/dp/B00GXSJAPE
    Last checked: 06/27/2019
    Notes: Item description page
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Subject Headings:
Golf courses -- History; Golf courses -- Designs and plans; Architects -- Biography; Golf courses -- Great Britain; Golf courses -- United States; Architects; Golf courses
See Also:See also earlier edition, 1981, R=220. R=220

See also earlier edition, 1984, R=40219. R=40219

See also earlier edition, 1987, R=178043. R=178043

See also related book, The Architects of Golf: A Survey of Golf Course Design from Its Beginnings to the Present, with an Encyclopedic Listing of Golf Course Architects and Their Courses, 1993, R=26014. R=26014
Note:Originally published: New York : Rutledge, 1981
Possibly a reprint of 1987 edition with added foreword and afterword
"reprint ed."
Includes Index
Includes "Foreword" by Robert Trent Jones
Includes "Foreword" by Herbert Warren Wind
Includes "Afterword" by Frank D. Tatum, Jr.
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Cornish, Geoffrey S. 1989. The Golf Course. [10], 367, [5], pp. Stamford, Connecticut: Alisa Inc.
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