Putting. With Prefatory Notes by J.H. Taylor, James Braid, Alex Heard, Geo. Duncan and also a Commentary by Bernard Darwin. London: Country Life, 1921. First Edition. Pp, 48. IIlustrated with black and white photographs. Green boards lightly stained cloth covers with illustration to front.
Jack White was a Scottish golf pro, clubmaker, a great putter and an Open Championship winner in the late 1800s and first half of the 1900s. He also had a notable connection to Bobby Jones and established several significant firsts in the British Open.