Personalised A4 The Open Golf Newspaper Book
The British Open Championship and its little claret jug is the prize that every professional golfer wants to win.
The world's amateurs feel the same about the medal competition.
The venues for the British Open always challenge the entrants, many of who are more used to manicured courses rather than one designed by nature.
This history of the Open includes the great golfers who were up to the challenge.
From Henry Cotton's win in 1934 to the current holder, every winner of the British Open is featured in this book.
It's an inspiration for any golfer.
Any articles originally printed in full colour from 2006 onwards will be displayed as such.
The pages, that are reproduced from original newspapers of the time, are bound in a premium, gold embossed, tan leatherette hardback cover with an option to add an embossed name on the front.
The title page is personalised with a name and a message.
A4 in size.
Now including the 2019 Championships!
Historic newspaper reports from the golf tournament that every player wants to win.
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