The Illustrated History of Women's Golf

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Taylor Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1991 - Sports & Recreation - 345 pages
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Golf is experiencing its greatest boom ever, and women are increasingly a part of this boom. In 1988, 41 percent of all new golfers were women, and the new magazine Golf for Women already has a circulation of 100,000. The elegantly designed Illustrated History of Women's Golf appeals directly to this growing market. 200 photographs.

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Contents

The Suffragettes
21
The Curtis Cup Begins
41
Grace vs Power
65
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Larry Hayes is Director of Golf and Head Professional at the Trophy Club, a Fort Worth, Texas, golf course designed by Ben Hogan. He has given more than 30,000 golf lessons. A champion junior and college player in his native Oklahoma, he turned pro in 1970.
Rhonda Glenn is ABC Sports' expert commentator on women's golf and the author of three previous books. A champion golfer in Florida, she has played in five U.S. Women's Amateur Championships and two U.S. Women's Opens. She lives in Roanoke, Texas.
Illustrator David Deal studied graphic design at Louisiana Tech and has been a graphic designer for the "Dallas Morning News "since 1979. An avid golfer, he lives with his wife and two children in Mesquite, Texas.

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