Golf Prints - Punch Magazine (early 1900s)
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from Punch Magazine
(England, early 1900s)
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These Golf cartoons and caricatures are from the English humour magazine Punch.   As noted in the introductory comments on the humour of Golf, "There are few pastimes that supply their followers with more innocent merriment than is afforded by 'the royal and ancient.'  Certainly no outdoor game can make the neophyte feel more utterly worm-like in his ability".


Price per print: Print Only:  $20
Matting Charge:  $15
Framing & Matting Charge:  $85
Dimensions: Print Only:  4-1/4 x 6-1/4 inches
Matted:  9 x 12 inches
Type of print: Original lithograph
Year: early 1900s

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Golf (No. 30380001)
The Golfer's Dream

Golf (No. 30380002)
"Keep your head still" -
the first rule of golf
Golf (No. 30380003)
Trials of a novice

Golf (No. 30380004)
The Handy Caddy

Golf (No. 30380005)
"She was not a golfer"

Golf (No. 30380006)
A New Disease -
The Golf Twist
Golf (No. 30380007)
The Golf Stream from
the eastern coast of Scotland
Golf (No. 30380008)
"Now which way are you
going to hit the ball?"
Golf (No. 30380009)
"What does Mr. McFadjock
do with all these clubs?"
Golf (No. 30380010)
The New Type of Link Man -
Tee Time

Golf (No. 30380011)
"Have you seen a golf ball
fall anywhere?"
Golf (No. 30380012)
Fore and Aft

Golf (No. 30380013)
Another Lenten Sacrifice
Caddie:  "High tee, sir?"
Curate: "No, put it on the ground.
I gave up sand during Lent."

Golf (No. 30380014)
The English Wife

Golf (No. 30380015)
The American Husband