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The Autobiography of a Average Golfer.
New York: Greenberg, 1925. - 247 pp. 7½x5, light green cloth, spine lettered in black, pictorial jacket. First Edition. Keeler was described by Murdoch as "Bobby Jones' Boswell"; Keeler saw Jones win all 13 of his major championships and travelled more than 120,000 miles of golfing trails with his cohort. Murdoch 413; Donovan & Murdoch 23000. From the USGA Library with their rubberstamp; inked ownership signature of Prof. O.M. Leland (of Minnesota) dated 1-22-1936); plus penciled note and underlines; related article clipping affixed to front flyleaf. Small chips and tears to jacket edges, 1" chip to spine foot, rubbing, faintly inked numbers on spine; ends a bit bumped; front hinge cracked through, front free endpaper nearly detached; cloth clean, but just good with a good or better and scarce jacket [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Fine Golf Books]
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