Bernard Darwin on Golf  
edited by Jeff Silverman

A photo of the cover of the book "Bernard Darwin on Golf"

Bernard Darwin the first and considered by many to be the greatest golf writer of all time. (A friend once referred to him as "The Originator of the species") This compilation of his works provides a special look at the game of golf from both inside and outside the ropes at some of golf's greatest moments. 

He considered being asked to serve as Francis Ouimet's marker in playoff round of the 1913 US Open one of his all time personal delights. 

From page 164 "....there are few sensations more enchanting than the consciousness of improvement."

To learn more about Bernard Darwin and his writings, continue your search here.....

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