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Shouting at Amen Corner: Dispatches from the World's Greatest Golf Tournament

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Shouting at Amen Corner is a collection of the best of Ron Green's columns and articles from his 45 years of covering the Masters for The Charlotte News and The Charlotte Observer. It's a book about Hogan, Palmer, Nicklaus, Watson, Faldo, and Woods; but it's also about Norman, Weiskopf, Miller, and others who have come so close, only to see the Green Jacket slip away at the last moment. This book is unique in that it recounts history as it was being made and offers a special intimacy and perspective. Not a ...

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Overview

Shouting at Amen Corner is a collection of the best of Ron Green's columns and articles from his 45 years of covering the Masters for The Charlotte News and The Charlotte Observer. It's a book about Hogan, Palmer, Nicklaus, Watson, Faldo, and Woods; but it's also about Norman, Weiskopf, Miller, and others who have come so close, only to see the Green Jacket slip away at the last moment. This book is unique in that it recounts history as it was being made and offers a special intimacy and perspective. Not a behind-the-scenes expose about members, money, and power, but a story of golf's greatest showcase event and the players who have created cherished memories over the last five decades.

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Hearthstone Review
Those who feel the mystique of the Masters in an increasingly crude and mercenary age will find Mr. Green's life's work will fuel their enthusiasm and anticipation for what has become a rite of spring."
San Diego Union-Tribune
...absolutely stopped me in my tracks. I've seen Ron Green at tournaments for 15 years and, without ever having said hello to the stranger, I never had any idea what was going on in his head. Clarity, compassion and honesty, as it turns out, a trifecta to be envied.
Sports Collectors Digest
The collected first-hand columns and articles are as fresh as the day they were published...
Tee To Green Golf Magazine
...transports the reader back to the parochial world of the Old South and a tour yet to witness the amassing of Arnie's army to the big time event it has more recently become and the superstardom of Tiger Woods." "...is a gem both for the golf enthusiast and the student of journalism." "Anyone chomping at the bit in anticipation of this year's Masters should check this volume out.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781582613499
  • Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 6/28/2001
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 5.65 (w) x 8.79 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Ron Green, Jr., a native of North Carolina, is a sportswriter for "The Charlotte Observer". A loyal Yankees fan since childhood, he still imagines playing center field the way Mickey Mantle once did. This is his first book. His brother, David Green, is the author of "101 Reasons to Love the Red Sox".
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