Personalised Ryder Cup Golf Historic Newspaper Book
When Samuel Ryder, a seed merchant from St.
Albans in Hertfordshire, first sponsored a golf competition in 1927 he could not have dreamed what a huge event it was to become.
The Ryder Cup is the most fiercely contested golf tournament between Britain (Europe) and the United Sates.
It attracts the top names in the sport from both sides of the Atlantic.
This historic newspaper book covers every Ryder Cup from that inaugural match.
It is reproduced from original newspapers at the time and is essential reading for a follower of golf.
Our Golf Newspaper books are unofficial products, and are in no way affiliated with any Golf club, unless specifically stated.
They have been independently compiled and researched by our archive team.
Size: Width: 31cm, Height: 38cm, Depth: 1.2cm
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