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Item:223067955657Only a few left for sale and that's it. Long in the making this first edition of a limited run of 500 numbered books (345 pages, paperback, 6-by-9) is the premier guide both for collectors of Stewart clubs and the modern hickory players who use them. Ralph Livingston III began collecting in 1986, securing Stewart clubs from wherever he could find them. Twenty years later, he had the finest collection of Stewart clubs on the planet, from rare to common. The book is the result of 10 years of first hand research, diligent fact-finding, playing experience, and restoration work. "Every club was designed with a shot intent" he said in a interview several years ago. "What I like to do try to figure it out from the head shape and the original shaft characteristics". This superior quality book documents more than 300 Stewart clubs, all photographed by Livingston, who was a first-class commercial photographer. Old Tom Morris, J. H. Taylor, Harry Vardon, Ted Ray, Francis Ouimet and, of course, Bobby Jones, all used Stewart clubs. Organized into sections that deal with marks, early clubs (1893 - 1904), post 1905 clubs, putters, personalized irons and face patterns along with miscellanous work. This is a must-have book for any golf collector. Numbers 465 - 498 of the first edition are now available and each one is individually numbered. These are all of the remaining books available. Great gift for a tournament tee prize or golf collector. Also, in the coming weeks, I will be listing a variety of premium Tom Stewart clubs. For questions on the book or Stewart clubs, Phil Gibbs . I am also a buyer & seller of Stewart clubs. Member of both the Golf Collectors Society and the Society of Hickory Golfers. Ralph's goal was to promote Stewart hickory clubs and provide great players clubs. This book cost him $52 each to publish.Condition:New, Modified Item:No, Custom Bundle:No, Brand:Tom Stewart, Non-Domestic Product:No
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Tom Stewart Book – Golf Cleek and Iron Maker (2010, first edition) "Play Clubs"