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Golfers Collection (#4)

Background imageGolfers Collection: The Golfers Paradise by H. M. Bateman

The Golfers Paradise by H. M. Bateman
The Golfers Paradise - Telling them What Happened at the 16th Hole. The golfing bore epitomised in this fabulous cartoon by Bateman, showing the ultimate fantasy - a golfer seated in an armchair

Background imageGolfers Collection: Ferndown Golf Links 18th hole, with people playing

Ferndown Golf Links 18th hole, with people playing
Ferndown Golf Links, Dorset, 18th hole, with people playing. Date: circa 1910

Background imageGolfers Collection: Criccieth Golf Club House, with people playing

Criccieth Golf Club House, with people playing
Criccieth Golf Club House, North Wales, with people playing in the foreground. circa 1912

Background imageGolfers Collection: Advertisement for Southvale Hawk golf ball

Advertisement for Southvale Hawk golf ball
Advertisement for the Southvale Hawk rubber core golf ball, known for its durability. Date: early 20th century

Background imageGolfers Collection: Cutout of woman golfer

Cutout of woman golfer. early 20th century

Background imageGolfers Collection: Model wearing fashionable stripes 1933

Model wearing fashionable stripes 1933
Woman wearing three different style stripy pullovers with high waists for a day playing golf. Date: 1933

Background imageGolfers Collection: Edwardian golfer and observers

Edwardian golfer and observers. Date: early 1900s

Background imageGolfers Collection: Edwardian golfer in awkward pose

Edwardian golfer in awkward pose
Edwardian golfer in an awkward pose, holding her golf club in a rather unorthodox way. Date: early 1900s

Background imageGolfers Collection: Two Edwardian golfers striding along

Two Edwardian golfers striding along. Date: early 1900s

Background imageGolfers Collection: Edwardian golfing couple striding along

Edwardian golfing couple striding along
An Edwardian golfing couple striding along. Date: early 1900s

Background imageGolfers Collection: Edwardian golfer about to tee off

Edwardian golfer about to tee off. Date: early 1900s

Background imageGolfers Collection: Edwardian golfer taking a swipe

Edwardian golfer taking a swipe at the ball -- his caddy cowers, afraid of being hit by the club. Date: early 1900s

Background imageGolfers Collection: A sketch of golfers in Paris

A sketch of golfers in Paris, 1920s Date: 1920s

Background imageGolfers Collection: Henry Cotton, English professional golfer

Henry Cotton, English professional golfer
Sir Thomas Henry Cotton (1907-1987), English professional golfer who won three Open Championships, seen here on a golf course checking his clubs and putters. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageGolfers Collection: Bystander annual mixed foursome, Beckenham, Kent

Bystander annual mixed foursome, Beckenham, Kent
People gathering at the Bystander annual mixed foursome at the Foxgrove Golf Club in Beckenham, Kent. Those attending include Henry Cotton (1907-1987), English professional golfer

Background imageGolfers Collection: Brokenhurst Manor Silver Jubilee Golf Match

Brokenhurst Manor Silver Jubilee Golf Match
Group photo of golfers gathered for the Brokenhurst Manor Golf Club Silver Jubilee Golf Match, New Forest, Hampshire. They are (from right to left) Captain A E Phillips (Referee), Laurie Ayton

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golfer watched by spectators

Golfer watched by spectators. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageGolfers Collection: Group of golfers

Group of golfers at Llandudno Golf Club, Whit Week 1914 Date: 1913

Background imageGolfers Collection: The Ladies Lords v. Commons golf match

The Ladies Lords v. Commons golf match
The golf match took place at Coombe Hill, Surrey and ended in victory for the Commons: Miss Seton Karr (Commons); The Dowager Countess of Wilton (Lords) and Mrs Olaf Hambro (Commons). Date: 1919

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golfers at North Berwick

Golfers at North Berwick. Clockwise from top left: Miss Norma Cree, The Hon. V. Erskine, Miss Gathorne-Hardy and the Hon. D

Background imageGolfers Collection: Aristocrats golfing at the North Berwick links course

Aristocrats golfing at the North Berwick links course. Clockwise from top left: Lord Hollenden; Miss Saunderson and Mrs Wild; Mrs Burkinshaw and Lady Reid; Mrs Jamieson and her daughter

Background imageGolfers Collection: Miss Audrey Croft in her court presentation gown

Miss Audrey Croft in her court presentation gown
Miss Audrey Croft, a former female golf champion, pictured in her court presentation gown in 1928. In both 1926 and 1927 she was the Middlesex champion

Background imageGolfers Collection: Summer sport on the Continent

Summer sport on the Continent
Supplement cover of the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, reporting on the sporting possibilities on the Continent. A young woman in tennis costume points across the Channel while her male

Background imageGolfers Collection: Advert for Kenneth Durward sports suits 1934

Advert for Kenneth Durward sports suits 1934
The KD sports suit for comfort and distinction.. The house of Durward has long studied the needs of the out-of doors man. KD sports suit is eloquent, not only of style, quality and fine tailoring

Background imageGolfers Collection: The over-enthusiasm of some sportsmen in the trenches

The over-enthusiasm of some sportsmen in the trenches
" Libellous? - With a sporting battalion at the front: Highly imaginative drawings" The over-enthusiasm of Harry Lows sporting battalion certainly raises a smile

Background imageGolfers Collection: 9th Green - Belmont Manor Golf Course, Bermuda

9th Green - Belmont Manor Golf Course, Bermuda
Belmont Manor Golf Course (now called Belmont Hills ), Bermuda Date: circa 1910s

Background imageGolfers Collection: Princess Helena Victoria playing golf at North Berwick

Princess Helena Victoria playing golf at North Berwick
PRINCESS HELENA VICTORIA Princess Helena Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein (1870-1948), daughter of Princess Helena & Prince Christian, grandaughter of Queen Victoria

Background imageGolfers Collection: Charles and Robert Sweeny

Charles and Robert Sweeny
American brothers Charles (right) and Robert Sweeny, given their golf Blues for Oxford University. Charles Sweeny married Margaret Whigham, later the Duchess of Argyll. Date: 1931

Background imageGolfers Collection: Playing golf

Playing golf
A lady playing golf at Falsterbo Colf Club, the only true links in Sweden. Date: 1920s

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golf Stars And Their Courses: Sandy Lane

Golf Stars And Their Courses: Sandy Lane
Illustration showing various golfers who play at the Sandy Lane course. (Top row from left) C. B. Sharpe, T. P. Kolesar, Mrs Guy Bennet, Francis Markes

Background imageGolfers Collection: The Halford Hewitt Cup

The Halford Hewitt Cup
Sketches of golfers competing in the Halford-Hewitt Cup. Date: 1934

Background imageGolfers Collection: Halford-Hewitt golfing championship at Deal

Halford-Hewitt golfing championship at Deal
Eight photographs showing various pairs competing in the golf competiton at Deal. Date: 1935

Background imageGolfers Collection: Prince of Wales at Porthcawl Golf Club

Prince of Wales at Porthcawl Golf Club
Prince of Wales (1894 - 1971), later King Edward VIII and Duke of Windsor, pictured standing near the seventeenth hole on the links at Porthcawl Golf Club. Date: 1931

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golfers

Golfers
The runners-up and the winners in the Edinburgh golf tournament. From left to right: Duddingston team (runners-up), W B C Miller, A C Glennie, A P Mitchell, J Inches; Dalmahoy team (winners)

Background imageGolfers Collection: Golf Clubs at Home - Woodcote Park, Coulsdon

Golf Clubs at Home - Woodcote Park, Coulsdon
Page from the Bystander with photographs of the club house and various members of the Woodcote Park golf club, in Coulsdon, Surrey in 1935

Background imageGolfers Collection: Minaki, Holiday resort 1929

Minaki, Holiday resort 1929
Reproduction of a booklet cover design for the Canadian National Railways Holiday Resort, located in Minaki, Ontario, showing male and female golfers

Background imageGolfers Collection: First Golf Lesson

First Golf Lesson
Her First Lesson. A young girl takes her first swing of a golf club, as her young boyfriend watches on an offer some advice along the lines of keeping her head still and her eye on the ball

Background imageGolfers Collection: Fore

Fore
Some foursome. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the Estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger Ltd/ILN/Mary Evans

Background imageGolfers Collection: Famous Golfers Caught In The Act. No. 9 H. Cotton

Famous Golfers Caught In The Act. No. 9 H. Cotton
Pofessional golfer Henry Cotton, 1907- 1987. Henry Cotton became a professional golfer at 17, he won the British Open three times in his career

Background imageGolfers Collection: Famous Golfers Caught In The Act. No. 8. Harry Vardon

Famous Golfers Caught In The Act. No. 8. Harry Vardon
Professional golfer Harry Vardon, 1870- 1937. Harry Vardon turned professional at the age of 20. He is the only golfer who has won 6 Open Championships

Background imageGolfers Collection: Here comes the Bogey Man

Here comes the Bogey Man. How you detect a good golfer from the ordinary men in the street. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the Estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger Ltd/ILN/Mary Evans

Background imageGolfers Collection: This Night Club Evil by W. Heath Robinson

This Night Club Evil by W. Heath Robinson
Cartoon, This Night Club Evil. The sort of silly errors our Bright Young People make by keeping up their amusements after lighting up time

Background imageGolfers Collection: A Propergander Page

A Propergander Page
Some suggested methods for securing golfers votes while they are playing golf. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the Estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger Ltd/ILN/Mary Evans

Background imageGolfers Collection: Sign Now

Sign Now
Risks and liabilities new golf insurance scheme for golfers. Please note: Credit must appear as Courtesy of the Estate of Mrs J.C.Robinson/Pollinger Ltd/ILN/Mary Evans

Background imageGolfers Collection: As Pants the Art

As Pants the Art
Cartoon, As Pants the Art. The origins of the design of plus four trousers as a man sees golfers playing golf behind a woman hanging out washing on a washing line

Background imageGolfers Collection: What every golfer wants

What every golfer wants
Cartoon, What every golfer wants. Golfers using unusual golf clubs for playing golf in difficult places and their hazards

Background imageGolfers Collection: Suited to a tee

Suited to a tee
Some of the new seasons golfing novelties, golfers using unusual inventions for playing golf; golf braces, putting trousers and the hillside Please note

Background imageGolfers Collection: Family Golf at Burhill

Family Golf at Burhill
Four members of the Worplesdon Golf Club - the Frame family seen taking part in a family foursomes tournament at Burnill near Walton-on-Thames



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