The Art of Putting

This guide is for players of all skill levels and is fully illustrated to help readers master the technique.

The Art of Putting

Author: Willie Park, Jr.

Publisher: Luath Press

ISBN: 9781905222667

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Putting is the key to success in golf. The man who can Putt is a match for anyone. So said Willie Park in 1920. It is still true today. Where should you place your feet? How should you grip the club? What type of ball is best? Willie Parks transcendent manual seeks to share the methods which made him the best and most consistent putter in the world. Equipment may have changed and competition become fiercer, but with Parks guidance, you too will have a fighting chance of making that all-important putt. This guide to putting for players of all skill levels, is fully illustrated, covers every aspect of putting, from grip to the lie of the green, and is a clear, concise and detailed guide to mastery of technique.

Willie Park Junior

He designed and laid out over 100 golf courses in the British Isles and Western Europe. When he published The Game of Golf in 1896 it was the first book on the game written by a professional.

Willie Park Junior

Author: Walter Stephen

Publisher: Luath Press Ltd

ISBN: 9781905222216

Page: 317

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In the 19th century, Musselburgh was a hotbed of golfing genius and the local links produced five Open Champions. One of these was Willie Park Junior. More than a good golfer, he redefined the image of the golf professional and took the game from being an esoteric pastime to its present status as a world game. As well as winning the Open in 1887 and 1889, Willie played challenge and demonstration matches at home, in Europe and in North America. His workshops turned out golf balls and clubs to his own design and he had retail outlets in Edinburgh, Manchester, London, New York and Montreal. He designed and laid out over 100 golf courses in the British Isles and Western Europe. When he published "The Game of Golf" in 1896 it was the first book on the game written by a professional. World War I killed off Willie's activities at home, so he moved across the Atlantic. Concentrating on course design he engineered over 40 courses in the US and 20 in Canada. Willie Park was the epitome of Scottish Victorian enterprise. Though not alone, he was the most active of missionaries, taking the skills and equipment of a local game to what were then the two major continents.

Golfer s Guide to the Game and Greens of Scotland

WILLIE PARK , JUNIOR , MUSSELBURGH , TS a player who has well sustained
the honour of a famous golfing 1 family . Like the rest of us — the merely human
as well as the golfer — he has had occasional reverses ; but among ...

Golfer s Guide to the Game and Greens of Scotland

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The Game of Golf

Born in Musselburgh near Edinburgh, WILLIE PARK JUNIOR (1864–1925) had
golf in his blood. His father, 'Auld Willie', won the Open four times and his uncle,
Mungo Park, won it once. Though no long hitter, Willie Jr. won the Open himself
in ...

The Game of Golf

Author: W. Park

Publisher: Arcturus Publishing

ISBN: 1848585012

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First published in 1896, The Game of Golf came out just as the 'fickle game that must be wooed to be won' was gaining widespread popularity across the world. Written for golfers of every ability, this 'book of instruction' covers every aspect of the game from choosing clubs and balls, through the correct stance and swing, to the secrets of putti...

Historical Dictionary of Golf

Willie Park Sr. and Willie Park Jr. Adams, John. The Parks of Musselburgh:
Golfers, Architects, Clubmakers. Droitwich, England: Grant Books, 1991. Stephen
, Walter. Willie Park Junior: The Man Who Took Golf to the World. Edinburgh:
Luath ...

Historical Dictionary of Golf

Author: Bill Mallon

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 9780810874657

Page: 864

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Historical Dictionary of Golf—through a chronology, an introductory essay, a bibliography, photos, and over 300 cross-referenced dictionary entries on people, places, teams, and terminology of the game—is a comprehensive history of golf.

Sporting Scots

Willie Park Senior was the man who, as we will see, became the inaugural Open
champion at Prestwick in 1860 and would ... and he was followed by his nephew
and Willie Park Senior's son, Willie Park Junior, who won his second Open (and ...

Sporting Scots

Author: John Eunson

Publisher: Black & White Publishing

ISBN: 1845024257

Page: 288

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Sporting Scots is the remarkable story of how the Scots brought sport to the world. Many of the world's greatest sports, now enjoyed by billions around the globe, either started in Scotland or had a Scottish influence that has made them what they are today. Scots not only invented golf, they also laid down the rules, developed the game and exported it to America and beyond. Scotland also hosted the world's first international football match, and Scots were instrumental in establishing the game as we know it today. Scotland can also lay claim to hosting the first rugby international, and the list of achievements in football, golf, rugby, horse racing, motor racing, cricket, baseball, tennis, boxing and many other sports is truly immense. Sporting Scots now celebrates this extraordinary sporting heritage and the men and women who took modern sport from Scotland to the world. And what a truly incredible story it is.

Golf Links

Willie Park, Jr. was another October competitor in Montrose that young Burgess
and his fellow caddies followed with great ... This golfing sensation and his father,
Willie Park, Sr., won the British Open six times between them, Junior winning ...

Golf Links

Author: Charles D. Burgess

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 1476667365

Page: 252

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This book tells the story of the Scottish golf professionals who came to America in 1888 and struggled to earn a living and the respect of the wealthy amateur golf establishment and the United States Golf Association who controlled the sport. Charles "Chay" Burgess--founder of the New England PGA, teacher of three American national champions, and the savior of the Ryder cup--learned the game on ancient seaside links and competed against British greats. His arrival in the U.S. dramatically influenced the growth of golf and the reconciliation of differences between amateurs and professionals. In 1913, the American Francis Ouimet--a working-class unknown under Burgess' tutelage--won the U.S. Open against British celebrities Ted Ray and Harry Vardon. His triumph brought the game to mainstream America.

100 Greatest Golfers

Park. Senior. Willie. Park. Junior. On 17 October 1860 Willie Park Senior earned
his place in golfing history by heading the field of eight players to win the
inaugural British Open over three rounds at Prestwick ' s 12 - hole course . Over
the first ...

100 Greatest Golfers

Author: Ian Morrison

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ISBN: 9780861244270

Page: 112

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Baily s Magazine of Sports Pastimes

John Ball , junior , the Amateur They declared that if he shot the Champion ,
stood far down the cub the tigress would kill no more list with 339 , and Willie
Park , human beings , for the young one junior , of whom , in view of past was
born with ...

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Baily s Magazine of Sports and Pastimes

John Ball , junior , the Amateur They declared that if he shot the Champion ,
stood far down the cub the tigress would kill no more list with 339 , and Willie
Park , human beings , for the young one junior , of whom , in view of past was
born with ...

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The Golfing Annual

The green was in its best trim , and looked as well as ever , and Willie Park ,
junior , most popular of golfers , showed there was life in the old place yet by
winning the first prize with a record score . But it was not the championship — not
the ...

The Golfing Annual

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Baily s Magazine of Sports and Pastimes

He says in old Tom Morris and old Willie his article on this subject in Mr. Park . ... I
was glad to see in Willie Park , junior's , golf reminiscences Shortly before that
time Allan that he has answered my question Robertson had beaten Willie ( Has
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The World of Golf

WILLIE PARK JUNIOR illie Park Junior ( 1864 – 1925 ) won the Open
Championship twice , in 1887 and 1889 , and was the son of Willie Park who won
the inaugural Open Championship in 1860 and then succeeded again in 1863 ,
1866 and ...

The World of Golf

Author: Antony Atha

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ISBN: 9781860352270

Page: 96

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Better Golf

He was runner - up to Mungo Park in 1874 when the tournament was played at
Musselburgh . Tragically , “ Young ” Tom died of a broken heart the following year
WILLIE PARK JUNIOR illie Park Junior ( 1864 - 1925 ) won the Open ...

Better Golf

Author: Steve Newell

Publisher: Hermes House (UK)

ISBN: 9781840382549

Page: 256

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Ideal for every enthusiast -- from the absolute beginner to the experienced player who wants to improve and perfect their technique.

Harper s New Monthly Magazine

Tom Morris won the belt four times , the What started the popular wave is more
junior Tom Morris and Willie Park three than any nau can say , but the sudden
times each . There was no championship and inexplicable awakening , after a
cen in ...

Harper s New Monthly Magazine

Author: Henry Mills Alden

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Harper's informs a diverse body of readers of cultural, business, political, literary and scientific affairs.

Harper s

Tom Morris won the belt four times , the What started the popular wave is more
junior Tom Morris and Willie Park three than any mau can say , but the sudden
times each . There was no championship and inexplicable awakening , after a
cen ...

Harper s

Author: Henry Mills Alden

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Important American periodical dating back to 1850.

The American Golfer

If there were such times , his uncle , Mungo Park , once a man it would tell more
against him and " young Willie , " who is ... In 1887 young Willie , or difficult , or
unfairly difficult ; he places Willie Park junior , as he was semihis bunkers in the ...

The American Golfer

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Golf Journal

FROM THE Through the years the MENU OF USGA has contested three WILLIE
PARK JR . titles on Willie Park Jr. courses : the 1928 U.S. Open ROM the time he
first ( Olympia Field in Illinois ) , arrived in New York in the 1968 Girls ' Junior ...

Golf Journal

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