"Better Golf After Fifty" book signed by its author, Gene Sarazen. Inscription on first page reads, "To My Good Friend Warren Woodrich. As usual a very delightful day. Gene Sarazen."
This first edition book, printed in 1967 and its dust jacket is in fabulous condition and measures 5 3/4" by 8 1/2".
Dust jacket description reads, "In this long-needed book, Gene Sarazen addresses himself to a group of golfers that has been all but neglected--senior golfers.
"At fifty it's time to make some adjustments to your game to maintain or increase your enjoyment. And who is better qualified to show you how than the world's foremost senior golfer, Gene Sarazen?
"Here are dozens of tested pointers to help senior golfers with every phase of their game. Based on Gene's wide experience, this book tells us which clubs are best, when and how to use woods instead of long irons, which grip works best, how to gain better control, an effective way to practice putting, how to recover from putting and much more.
"Throughout, Gene's advice is straightforward, easy-to-follow and specifically designed for the needs, problems and abilities of senior golers. More than 60 detailed photographs dramatize the pointers discussed and aid the over-fifty golfer in applying them.
"Here too, you discover some general tips on maintaining the health and vigor necessary for lower scores and better golf.
"Gene Sarazen, who has won almost every major title in golf, is a member of the game's Hall of Fame."