Sarazen: The Story of a Golfing Legend and His Epic Moment details Gene Sarazen’s life and storied career, from his days sweeping floors in a pro shop through his rise in the golfing world to become one of the country’s foremost players.
Sarazen not only offers a personal and in-depth look into this golfing legend’s life and career, but also into the careers of rivals such as Bobby Jones and Walter Hagen. In addition, it provides a fascinating glimpse into the world of golf during the 1920s and ‘30s, a time when the game was still rising in prominence. Rich in detail and including many little-known anecdotes, this book will be enjoyed by golfing enthusiasts and historians across generations.
Publication date: April 18, 2017 (source)
About the Author
David Sowell is a freelance writer specializing in sports history. In addition to writing for magazines, newspapers, and broadcast outlets, Sowell is the author of The Masters: A Hole-by-Hole History of America’s Golf Classic (2003) and Ike, Golf, and Augusta (2012).
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