Golf - Cecil Leitch 1922 - J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia & - First American Edition issued same year as the First English Edition. The golfing life and experiences of this very great English lady golfer’ - Joseph Murdoch, The Library of Golf.

Charlotte Cecilia Pitcairn Leitch (nicknamed Cecil) was
the first superstar of women’s golf. In 1914 she won the first of her four British Ladies Amateurs, taking the title from Muriel Dodd. Her opportunity to possibly win several more was interrupted for five years during the First World War. She retired having won 12 national titles, five French Ladies Amateurs and one Canadian Women's Amateur.

With fifty illustrations, including photographic plate laid onto front covers, and full page black and white photographs.
  References: Murdoch, The Library of Golf 447. Donovan & Murdoch, The Game of Golf and The Printed Word 23920.
(21.5 cm) pp. 276.
  Condition: A near fine copy, slightly sunned spine, gift inscription to front free endpaper.   Ref: 104779   Price: HK$ 1,800