This might be defined as a compilation of questions and answers on the most points of every amateur's golf game -- the...
GOLF AS I PLAY IT
by ‧RELEASE DATE: Aug. 23, 1940
This might be defined as a compilation of questions and answers on the most points of every amateur's golf game -- the answers given by 28 amateur champions. The result is a composite picture of golfing experience, which should provide the aspirant with the sort of analysis of technique that should help his game (My game is the sort that would completely collapse with so much advice -- but then it would be no loss). Pick your champion for size and weight nearest your own; then follow his advice for choice of clubs, hold, stance, play, and the details you want to know about, what club, when and how. There's an introduction by Grantland Rice. There's a gallery of champions, with photographs and outlined record. And among them are such familiar names as Johnny Goodman, Ray Billows, Willie Turnesa, Reynolds Smith, Charlie Yates, T. S. Tailer, Fred Hass, Jr. and others.