Articles

A complete bibliography of articles written by Walter J. Travis is being developed, and will be made available on this site when completed.  In the meantime, we have provided links to a few articles which we believe provide insight into his views on key topics such as golf course design, and playing the game.

GOLF COURSE DESIGN:

1901 – Impressions of British Golf – from the USGA Bulletin, Golf

1902 – “Hazards” – from USGA Bulletin, Golf

1906-“Merits and Demerits of the Garden City Links”  – from Country Life in America

1908 New Ideas on Golf Course Architecture – from Country Life in America  – from The American Golfer

1909 “Garden City’s New Hazards” – from The American Golfer

1920 – “Twenty Years of Golf: The Advent of a New Era in Golf Course Construction” – from The American Golfer

PUTTING:

Travis became renown as a great putter through his careful study and determined practice of the art.  He wrote about putting on several occasions, but the article presented below is considered his signature piece on the subject.

1916-“The Refinements of Putting”– from The American Golfer

3 Responses to Articles

  1. Bob Crosby says:

    The link to the 1908 Country Life article appears not to work. I would love to read that article. Could you fix the connection? Thanks.

    • Ed says:

      Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I am working on it as we speak. Expect to have that article available in a few moments.

  2. Ed says:

    The 1908 article on “New Ideas” should be available. Please let us know if there is still a problem. Thanks again for letting us know. Enjoy!!

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