LIMITED EDITION, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR
Of Course is the ﬁfth book by golf course architect Forrest Richardson. The idea came about after writing numerous articles, essays and reflections on the game he loves, his work, and the history of golf.
Covering topics ranging from the best way to place bunker rakes, to the nuances of routing, he combines a sense of humor with personal stories, and personal reflections with a sense of personality. Among the chapters is his classic “Interview With A Bunker,” that ﬁrst appeared in Links Magazine.
Drawing from his memory of why he became a golf course architect, he shares the realization that it was, “of course,” the right path to take. Of Course is not heavy to read, and that is by design. It can be nibbled at, or binge read. Regardless, it deserves a place on the coffee table of anyone who loves golf, its courses and the magic of bringing them to life.
Limited Edition of 150, each signed by Forrest Richardson
LIMITED EDITION GOLF PRINT (250) Limited edition of the course routing and elevation details of each hole as depicted in the 1934 Masters Tournament held at Augusta National Golf Club. The inaugural program featured hole-by-hole descriptions by Dr. Alister MacKenzie, golf course architect of Augusta....
LIMITED EDITION GOLF PRINT (200) SIGNED In the 1970s Golf Course Architect Forrest Richardson interviewed Jack Neville, co-designer of the Proposed Golf Links at Pebble Beach, Calif. Richardson, as part of his writing duties for the Golf Course Designer, authored a short piece about Neville...
LIMITED EDITION GOLF PRINT (800) The home of golf has been immortalized in several maps, but none as classic as this handsome plan depicting the subtle terrain and nuances of The Old Course at St. Andrews. This limited edition print of The Old Course is...
LIMITED EDITION GOLF PRINT (900) SIGNED Cypress Point Club is among the most famous courses in the world. Located on 17 Mile Drive, not far from the famous Pebble Beach Golf Links, this highly private club remains elusive and mysterious yet forms one of the most...