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Scotland's Gift Golf By Macdonald - 1928

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Scotland's Gift Golf by Charles Blair Macdonald, published in 1928. The book is 340 pages and published by Charles Scribner's Son's. It is considered to be a masterpiece of golf literature and is arguably the most important book ever written on American golf. 

Macdonald got his first glimpse of golf at Musselburgh in 1872, when he visited his grandfather in Scotland. He was sixteen, from Chicago, and the game, not to mention the players in their bright red jackets, struck him as "stupid and silly." Then his grandfather took him to St. Andrews, and Charlie saw the light. He became the first amateur champion of the United States, a cofounder of the USGA, the first American golf architect of note and a tireless advocate for the spirit of the game. 


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