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BAUER, ALECK. HAZARDS, THOSE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS IN A GOLF COURSE WITHOUT WHICH THE GAME WOULD BE TAME AND UNINTERESTING. CHICAGO: TOBY RUBOVITS, 1913.
BAUER, ALECK. HAZARDS, THOSE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS IN A GOLF COURSE WITHOUT WHICH THE GAME WOULD BE TAME AND UNINTERESTING. CHICAGO: TOBY RUBOVITS, 1913.

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BAUER, ALECK. HAZARDS, THOSE ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS IN A GOLF COURSE WITHOUT WHICH THE GAME WOULD BE TAME AND UNINTERESTING. CHICAGO: TOBY RUBOVITS, 1913. 8vo, illustrations, some full-page, folding plan of the 14th or 'Elysian Fields', St. Andrews. Original quarter red cloth and light green boards, lettered in dark green on front cover panel (lower cover crease-marked).

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The many illustrations show views and plans of hazards on championship courses. 'The great object in placing hazards is to give the players as many thrills as possible -- on most of the championship courses one rarely takes a club out of the bag without having an interesting shot to play.' Murdoch 44.

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