The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Golf

The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Golf

by Ted Barrett, Michael Hobbs
     
 
Few sports have inspired as much ardor, tried as much patience, or consumed as much time, energy, and passion as the game of golf. Indeed, some might argue it is not a game at all, but rather an obsession shared by millions of people all over the world.

Whether you have logged in lots of time on the fairway or simply observed the game as an enthusiastic fan,

Overview

Few sports have inspired as much ardor, tried as much patience, or consumed as much time, energy, and passion as the game of golf. Indeed, some might argue it is not a game at all, but rather an obsession shared by millions of people all over the world.

Whether you have logged in lots of time on the fairway or simply observed the game as an enthusiastic fan, this illustrated reference presents in generous detail all the golfing information you could possibly want: the history and development of the game, from its ancient royal origins to its current spread worldwide; great championships, including The Masters, the British Open, and the Ryder Cup; and profiles of more than 200 golfers from Paul Azinger to Babe Zaharias. Jam-packed with colorful action photos and lively anecdotes, this guide brings to life some of the greatest moments and most colorful personalities in golf—the hugely popular game that is also a multimillion dollar business with a fascinating culture all its own. 9" x 11". Color & b&w photos. 256 pp.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780760707722
Publisher:
Sterling Publishing
Publication date:
09/15/1997
Edition description:
Only from B&N
Pages:
256

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