Golf Books #67 (The 100 Greatest Ever Golfers)

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Walter Hagen to Tiger Woods, a fascinating and knowledgeable history of golf through the most talented men and women to have ever played the game.

Covering the early amateur masters of the game, starting with Old Tom Morris, to the maestros of the Open era, this collection features biographies and career statistics of players from all over the world, including the U.S., UK, South Africa, Europe, and Australia. From Ben Hogan and legendary figures such as Jack Nicklaus, to contemporary greats including Phil Mickelson, this history┬árecounts the lives and achievements of the sport’s leading lights through fascinating anecdotes and insights into the development of the game across the decades.

Arranged alphabetically and with additional sections on the greatest ever drivers, bunker players, and putters, this is the ideal pick-up-and-dip-in book for all golfing aficionados, whatever their handicap.

About the Authors -Andy Farrell is the author of The Open Championship. Padraig Harrington is a professional golfer who plays on the European Tour and the PGA Tour. He has won the Open Championship twice and the PGA Championship.

(source) To be released on May 1, 2012.

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