By Robert S. Trebus and Richard C. Wolffe Jr.
150 numbered limited edition leather-bound copies of "Baltusrol, 100 Years: The Centennial History of Baltusrol Golf Club" signed by the authors is being offered exclusively through Classics of Golf.
The story of Baltusrol is more than a history of a golf club. It is an integral part of the larger story of the evolution of the greatest game of all. It begins in 1895 when New York socialite Louis Keller and three other enthusiastic gentlemen founded the club. From there, the book is filled with both historic and modern photographs to detail the creation of Baltusrol's golf courses and the many tournaments that graced its fairways.
This first edition 166 page comprehensive book, published in 1995, details the centennial history of the club with easy-to-read text and more than 460 color and black and white pictures dating as far back as 1895 and continuing to the present time.
In addition to the Club's history, other sections include:
+ The evolution of the golf courses
+ The Dual Courses architect A.W. Tillinghast
+ Colored photos and descriptions of each of the 36 holes
+ The fourteen national USGA events with full photographic coverage
+ Other major tournaments
+ Womens golf at Baltusrol
+ Distinguished Baltusrol men golfers