Ryder Cup

Ryder Cup

by Colin M. Jarman, Colin M. Jarman
     
 

Every two years the best American golfers compete against their European counterparts in the Ryder Cup, one of the most exciting events in all of sports. There is no prize money to be won—only national pride is at stake. Colin M. Jarman has assembled the ultimate guide to what is perhaps golf's most dramatic event for both the players and fans. The Ryder Cup…  See more details below

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Every two years the best American golfers compete against their European counterparts in the Ryder Cup, one of the most exciting events in all of sports. There is no prize money to be won—only national pride is at stake. Colin M. Jarman has assembled the ultimate guide to what is perhaps golf's most dramatic event for both the players and fans. The Ryder Cup chronicles the event's illustrious history of 31 matches across 70 years, from the players and courses to the unique drama and emotion as it unfolded in each competition. In September 1999, the United States will attempt to recapture the coveted Ryder Cup after losing the last two matches. This comprehensive volume will appeal to the quickly growing number of golf fans who follow the event and want to relive its history.With the next Ryder Cup being held in September 1999, in Brookline, MA, this book will be a timely and invaluable reference for golf fans and commentators alike Researched from both sides of the Atlantic for a bipartisan view Includes colorful anecdotes and hundreds of information-packed sidebars to further enrich the text and to entertain the reader

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780809225880
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
09/28/1999
Pages:
752
Product dimensions:
7.38(w) x 10.26(h) x 1.80(d)

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