Bobby Jone's Golf Tips: Secrets of the Masterby Sidney L. Matthew (Editor), Bobby Jones, Robert Tyre Jones
In the 1920s, Bobby Jones ruled golf as no athlete has ruled any sport since. His 1923 run of 13 championships in 20 events entered is unequaled, as is his winning at the 1930 U.S. Amateur, U.S. Open, British Amateur, and British Open -- which marked the first and only time these four prestigious tournaments have been conquered by one golfer in the same year. Written at the height of his prowess during the 1920s, when Bobby Jones was a golf columnist for the Bell Syndicate, these timeless tips and championship-proven strategies can make any player a better golfer. Bobby's practical, hands-on instruction about both the fundamentals of play and advanced techniques makes this book equally valuable to golfers of all handicaps. Watch strokes melt from your score as you put the secrets of the master to work for you.
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