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Golf Courses of the PGA Tour by George Peper
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Golf Courses of the PGA Tour

by George Peper

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0810933802, Hardcover)

As lavish as the layouts it celebrates, Golf Courses of the PGA Tour offers a comprehensive tour of each of the permanent PGA stops. Profusely illustrated with lush photography and painted routing plans for each 18, it's a veritable feast to look at, and a fascinating read, as well. Teed up to match the week-in, week- out schedule of the competitive season, the book begins in California with the Mercedes Championship at La Costa and ends with the Tour Championship (which rotates courses) and the unofficial events, including the Skins Game and the Plantation Course of the Kapalua International. For each venue, it presents concise tournament and course histories, hole-by-hole scorecards, a quick playing tip from a winner at each venue (Phil Mickelson on playing low shots at Torrey Pines, Raymond Floyd on hitting a draw at Doral, Arnold Palmer on whacking long irons at Bay Hill, Nick Price on driving for accuracy at Cog Hill), and heads for home with an extensive collection of PGA Tour records and statistics. Both useful and attractive, it's the kind of book that should wedge itself perfectly onto the coffee table of any golf enthusiast. --Jeff Silverman

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:08 -0400)

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