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Personalised 'The Open' Golf Book
If you are looking for a personalised gift idea for a golfing fan, this is a great present. This book covers the top golfing stories taken from newspaper articles, that cover the best moments of the Open Golf Championship from 1934.
Read about the golfing greats of the last 70 years from the 1934 Open winner Henry Cotton to legends such as Bobby Locke, Peter Thompson, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Tom Watson, Tony Jacklin, Severiano Ballesteros, Nick Faldo, Greg Norman, Tiger Woods and many, many more!
'The Open' Newspaper Book with personalised label
Size: 38cm x 31cm
Bound in a Premium Leatherette Charcoal Cover, the book title is gold embossed to ensure this book stands out.
Personalised details are added to the front page on a label. Please see image for layout of label.
The words 'Presented to' are fixed text.
Add the name of the recipient (22 characters) and a short message (5 lines of 30 characters per line).
This calendar is an unofficial product and has been compiled by independant archive research.
Definition: Open - A tournament that is open to all players, amateur or professional, who can qualify. Big tournaments like the British and U.S. Opens are the goal of any talented golfer, but it is worth remembering that whereas in, say, tennis only 50 percent of the players in the men's singles final will lose, in golf more than 98 percent of the players in the final round of a tournament invariably fail to win.