Hints to Lady GoVers. By Mrs. Gordon Robertson. (Walbrook and
Co. 2s, thl.)—A book full of sound advice and useful instruction, illustrated with some excellent drawings by Miss Annie Bell. The author, who claims to be the "only Lady Golf Professional," thinks that some of her suggestions may not approve themselves to men. The writer of this notice has not noticed anything from which he is inclined to dissent. One hint in a chapter which as a whole ho leaves in respectful silence he would emphasise: "high or narrow heels must not be worn "; you cannot stand firm on them, and—a worse thing‘—they cut up the turf. We may add a second : "if your headgear is top-heavy or unsuitable your golf will suffer."