A Course of History: Monash Country Club 1931-2001

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Allen & Unwin, 2002 - Golf courses - 340 pages
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History of a prominent Sydney golf club, founded in 1931 by Jews in response to the discrimination they experienced in many other golf clubs.
 

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Contents

EXPLANATIONS
11
JEWS GOLF AND HISTORY
23
NOMADS AND NIBLICKS
36
HIGH IN THE HILLS
62
CONFIRMATION
101
CHAMPIONSHIP QUALITY
127
APPROACHING SEVENTY
165
A CHANGING MEMBERSHIP
197
1O SOUL OF THE CLUB
264
NOTES
275
GLOSSARY
278
OFFICE HOLDERS
284
CLUB CHAMPIONS AND TROPHY WINNERS
295
JEWISH CHAMPIONSHIPS
331
COURSE RECORDS
336
INDEX
339

OF COURSE
222

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Page 53 - racial problem, we are not desirous of importing one by encouraging any scheme of largescale foreign migration.
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Page 5 - Now golf is a game in which each player has a small hard ball of his own, which he strikes with the intention of putting it into a hole. Abstractly, he wishes to do this with as few blows as possible, concretely, in fewer than his opponent.
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