Horace G. Hutchinson (1859-1932), dubbed "The Father of Golf Instruction," was the first, the most famous, and easily the most prolific golf writer who ever lived.  This book, published originally in 1901, is an opportunity to enjoy the benefits of his wisdom on a variety of different topics relating to golf, from how to play the game to a brief history of how the game started, from the rules of the game and how they developed to proper etiquette.

There is even a glossary of terms so the reader can (finally!) learn the difference between a baff and a baffy, a brassy and a mashie, a bulger and a bogey.