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GOLF'S SUPERSHOTS: HOW THE PROS PLAYED THEM--HOW YOU CAN PLAY THEM by  George Peper - 1st Edition - 1982 - from Glover's Bookery, ABAA, LLC and Biblio.com

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GOLF'S SUPERSHOTS: HOW THE PROS PLAYED THEM--HOW YOU CAN PLAY THEM

by Peper, George

Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket


Atheneum. Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 1982. 1st Edition. hardcover. DJ has mild edgewear and soiling, lower foredge has a small remainder dot, else an attractive copy, binding tight, contents clean, pages and boards are bright. Stated 1st Edition. 146p; Always Delivery Confirmation. 35 Years Fast Excellent Service. We Know How To Pack Books. .

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