By Bernard Darwin
Golfing By-Paths, long out of print and little known in the U.S., is a collection of 58 essays written by the great British golf writer between 1939 and 1945.
“In these essays you can see Darwin endeavoring to keep the flame of golf alive amidst the privations of war,” says Classics of Golf Publisher Michael P. Beckerich. “He falls back on his memories of golf as a pillar English social life, the club as a haven, and allows himself some hope that these pleasures will not be totally lost.”
Foreword by Michael P. Beckerich.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 27 April, 2009.