Featuring coverage of all 39 Ryder Cups, The Ryder Cup: Golf’s Grandest Event – A Complete History contains essays by the game’s premier writers, including John Feinstein; Pulitzer Prize–winner Dave Anderson of the New York Times; Jim McCabe of Golfweek magazine; and John Hopkins, golf correspondent from the (London) Times.
The most definitive, accurate, and up-to-date book on the Ryder Cup includes year-by-year recaps with original reporting by Bernard Darwin, Grantland Rice, and Herbert Warren Wind. In addition, a photo essay on the 2014 Cup Legendary Golf Clubhouses of the United States and Great Britain and a four-foot gatefold spread of a caricature illustration of the all-time Ryder Cup teams are included.
Publication date: November 7, 2014 (source)
About the Author
Martin Davis is the editor and publisher of the publishing company the American Golfer, best known for lavishly produced coffee-table books on the greats of the game, including Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones, Byron Nelson, and Jack Nicklaus. He is a member of the Golf Collector’s Society of America, provides historical commentary for the Golf Channel, and occasionally contributes to the New York Times. He lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.
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