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Some Essays On Golf Course Architecture

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Golf Course Architecture: Some Essays on Golf Course Architecture    
Colt, H.S. & Alison, C.H.
Architecture. Includes articles by Mackenzie, Hutchinson, Low    
1920, 1st Edition, Country Life

A prized possession in any golfer’s library is Colt’s Some Essays on Golf Course Architecture which he co-authored in 1920 with his partner C.H. Alison. Colt and Alison’s golf course architecture design firm was involved in designing or remodeling over 300 golf courses worldwide. The book also contains nineteen black and white illustrations including four early ones of Pine Valley. Colt goes through his design philosophy in the book. He was not opposed to blind shots, cautioned that when designing long holes that they not play into the prevailing wind and was also a big proponent of a forced carry shot.

Copies of the original 1920 first edition are rare, however, there were reprint editions done in 1990 and 1993 in limited editions of 700 and 1,000, respectively.

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