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- Personalize with any Name and Message
- Free gold embossing and leatherette hardcover binding
- Features genuine articles as originally reported by leading Washington Post writers
- Each page features 12.5 x 15 inches (newspaper size) of quality content
- Protect your historic Golf memorabilia for years to come with a premium gift box
Our personalized golf newspaper book takes you on a historic journey through the best golf tournaments of the past century. Featuring genuine newspaper articles as originally reported in the Washington Post, you can explore the history of golf and see how the press wrote about iconic moments as they happened. Whether it’s the 1923 Open in which Jones emerged victorious at the first Royal Troon, or Tiger and Phil going head to head for the Masters in the noughties, every significant golfing moment in history is featured in this newspaper book.
To make an extra special gift for the golf lover in your life, you can personalize your book with any Name appearing gold-embossed on the front cover, and a personal Message for the opening page. With the articles covering a variety of tournaments, including all majors, your loved one will be kept entertained as they flick through fascinating Golf newspaper content.
To see which big golf moments are featured in this book, take a look at the contents.
Personalizing Your Golf Newspaper Book
You can personalize your golf book with any Name of up to 25 characters, appearing on the cover in gold embossing and on the title page. A special Message of up to 150 characters will also be printed on the title page to make a special gift they will treasure for years to come.
This book is bound in a luxury tan leatherette cover and features genuine newspaper articles as originally reported in the Washington Post.
Complete your gift by adding a luxury gift box that will keep your gift protected as time passes.
Please do not use accents or symbols/emojis as we cannot print these. Be sure to double check your name and message.