Peter Paxton

Paxton, c. 1892 Peter Paxton (20 October 1857 – 3 July 1929) was a Scottish professional golfer who played in the late 19th century. Paxton had three top-10 finishes in the Open Championship. He took second place in the 1880 Open Championship five shots behind winner Bob Ferguson. Paxton was an expert club and ball maker. His golf ball inventions included the ''Bramble'' and ''Sirdar'' models, the former being the ball of choice for Harry Vardon at one time. Paxton was also the designer of a number of golf courses, with Coventry Golf Club (Coventry, England) and East Berkshire Golf Club (East Berkshire, England) being among those designs. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Paxton, Peter
Published 1704
printed by E.P. for R. Wilkin at the King's Head in S. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Paxton, Peter
Published 1705
London printed; and re-printed at Edinburgh by James Watson

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by Paxton, Peter
Published 1703
printed for R. Wilkin, at the King's Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Paxton, Peter
Published 1705
London printed, and re-printed at Edinburgh by James Watson

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by Paxton, Peter
Published 1705
Printed by E.P. for R. Wilkin

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by Paxton, Peter
Published 1704
Printed by E.P. for R. Wilkin

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by Paxton, Peter
Published 1701
printed for Rich. Wilkin, at the King's head in St. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Paxton, Peter
Published 1711
printed for William Innys, at the Prince's-Arms in St. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Paxton, Peter
Published 1707
printed for J. Sprint at the Bell in Little-Britain

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by Paxton, Peter
Published 1705
Printed by E.P. for R. Wilkin, at the King's Head in Saint Paul's Church-Yard