Golf 365 Days: A History

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Title: Golf 365 Days: A History
Author: Robert Sidorsky
ISBN10: 0810972816
ISBN13: 978-0810972810
Publisher: Abrams; 1st edition (October 1, 2008)
Language: English
Subcategory: Miscellaneous
Size PDF: 1731 kb
Size Fb2: 1338 kb
Rating: 4.7/5
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Pages: 744 pages
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Golf 365 Days: A History by Robert Sidorsky

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The whole spectacular world of golf comes to life in these pages―the great players, men and women, pro and amateur; the architects; the courses; the wonderful stories and marvelous images. A companion volume to Robert Sidorsky’s Golf Courses Around the World: 365 Days, Golf 365 Days takes the reader on a tour of the game’s greatest personalities, complete with anecdotes and stunning photography. Sidorsky’s narrative begins in Scotland, the home of golf’s legendary origins, and continues through the most recent tournaments and dramas, including modern phenoms such as Tiger Woods, Michelle Wie, Zach Johnson, and Paula Creamer. With hundreds of pictures and detailed commentaries, Golf 365 Days is a source of endless interest and pleasure for any active or armchair golfer.