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The New Encyclopedia of Golf: The Definitive Guide to the World of…

by Malcolm Campbell

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This popular reference book has been fully updated and expanded to include the latest international tournaments and celebrated names as well as new championship courses. Lavishly illustrated with hundreds of spectacular full-color photographs and with a new introduction focusing on the modern game and its players, this is the perfect companion for anyone with a passion for golf. Walk the Greatest Championship Courses: Spectacular photography and specially commissioned maps transport you to the most challenging and beautiful courses in the world. Walk-the-course commentaries highlight the significant features of each course so that you feel you are actually standing on the fairway yourself. Meet the World's Most Talented Players: Leading golf journalist Malcolm Campbell has interviewed many of the legendary names in golf, as well as today's greatest players. Featuring 100 golfing champions, the updated Hall of Fame profiles acknowledged masters such as Harry Vardon, Bobby Jones, and Jack Nicklaus as well as the modern superstars--Tiger Woods, David Duval, Lee Westwood, and Sergio Garcia. A Unique Visual History: A comprehensive, richly illustrated section brings golfing traditions vividly to life. Embodying the spirit of the game over the centuries, The New Encyclopedia of Golf will have long-lasting historical values as well as being an irresistible read for all lovers of golf today.… (more)
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INDEX; RECORDS AND REFERENCES; GLOSSARY; PHOTOGRAPHS
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This popular reference book has been fully updated and expanded to include the latest international tournaments and celebrated names as well as new championship courses. Lavishly illustrated with hundreds of spectacular full-color photographs and with a new introduction focusing on the modern game and its players, this is the perfect companion for anyone with a passion for golf. Walk the Greatest Championship Courses: Spectacular photography and specially commissioned maps transport you to the most challenging and beautiful courses in the world. Walk-the-course commentaries highlight the significant features of each course so that you feel you are actually standing on the fairway yourself. Meet the World's Most Talented Players: Leading golf journalist Malcolm Campbell has interviewed many of the legendary names in golf, as well as today's greatest players. Featuring 100 golfing champions, the updated Hall of Fame profiles acknowledged masters such as Harry Vardon, Bobby Jones, and Jack Nicklaus as well as the modern superstars--Tiger Woods, David Duval, Lee Westwood, and Sergio Garcia. A Unique Visual History: A comprehensive, richly illustrated section brings golfing traditions vividly to life. Embodying the spirit of the game over the centuries, The New Encyclopedia of Golf will have long-lasting historical values as well as being an irresistible read for all lovers of golf today.

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