20th Century Golf Chronicle

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ISBN : 9780785328339
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20th century golf chronicle

Each year of this century can boast of its own fascinating moments in golf, but never before they have been chronicled in one publication, at least not until the 20th Century Golf Chronicle. This 608-page volume, written by some of the game’s top historians, takes an in-depth look at each and every year of golf in the 20th century. For the serious golf fan, the 20th Century Golf Chronicle serves as a fact-filled, comprehensive reference volume. For the casual fan, it’s a fun-filled wondrous journey. Through lively writing and more than 1,000 engaging photos, golf’s legendary characters and historic moments come to life. Each year includes: - A detailed feature story and an adjoining photo, focusing on the biggest event of the year. - Many shorter articles and accompanying photo of other top stories of the year. - A timeline that runs along the bottom of each page, pinpointing the year’s top moments. The 20th Century Golf Chronicle pays tribute to golf’s glorious heroes, beginning with Britain’s Great Triumvirate—J.H. Taylor, Harry Vardon, and James Braid. Walter Hagen, winner of 11 major championships, was America’s first golf superstar. The Haig was a flamboyant showman who reportedly partied with singer Al Jolson for much of the night before he won the 1919 U.S. Open. Relive Bobby Jones’s Grand Slam, Gene Sarazen’s double eagle, and Ben Hogan’s miraculous comeback—as well as the heroics of Palmer, Nicklaus, Lopez, Woods, and hundreds of others—in the extensive historic publication, the 20th Century Golf Chronicle.

Specification of 20th century golf chronicle

AuthorDavid Barrett, David Earl, Rhonda Gleen, Pat Seelig [Foreword by Chi Chi Rodriguez] Al Barkow
EditionFirst Edition
PublisherPublications International
Publication Year1998
Height11.1 inch.
Length9.2 inch.
Width1.8 inch.
Weight6.5 pounds.

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