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Golf's Greatest Championship: The 1960 U.S. Open

by Julian I. Graubart Taylor Trade Publishing (May 16, 2009)

The 1960 U.S. Open Golf Championship played at Cherry Hills Country Club in Denver, Colorado, remains perhaps the most dramatic, competitive, and passionate of all Open championships. In 1960 the young lions...


Golf Basics for Beginners: The Ultimate Guide about Clubs, Etiquette, Equipment, History and Terminology

by Aaron Knight Mojo Enterprises (September 14, 2014)

Golf enthusiast and avid player, Aaron Knight, has written Golf Basics for Beginners to help novice players understand the history, the terminology and distinction that makes this sport unlike any other. Golf...


Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Golf But Were too Afraid to Ask

by Iain Macintosh Bloomsbury Publishing (April 01, 2010)

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Golf But Were too Afraid to Ask explains the often-baffling laws of modern sport in a light-hearted and easy-to-understand way to the new fan/spectator or the 'sport...


The Golden Era of Golf

by Al Barkow St. Martin's Press (October 21, 2014)

Until now, no one has made the point directly and unequivocally that the game "invented" by ancient Scots would not have reached its present stature in the world of sports if Americans had never gotten hold...


Chicken Soup for the Soul: Tales of Golf and Sport

by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen & Amy Newmark Chicken Soup for the Soul (April 26, 2011)

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Tales of Golf and Sport contains Chicken Soup for the Soul’s 101 best stories and poems about golfers, golfing, and other sports. This book has fresh appeal to golfers and makes...


Draw in the Dunes

by Neil Sagebiel, Tony Jacklin & Jack Nicklaus St. Martin's Press (September 09, 2014)

In 1969, the 42-year history of biennial golf matches between the United States and Great Britain reached its climax. The U.S., led by Jack Nicklaus, had dominated competitive golf for years; Great Britain,...


Putting Secrets

by Steve Page St. Martin's Press (August 19, 2014)

First, let's clear up two things. Putting is, without question, one of the hardest parts of the game. It is also the most important. If you take a golf pro hitting right on par for 18, on average he'll take...


The Majors

by John Feinstein Little, Brown and Company (May 27, 2014)

WHAT DOES IT TAKE to win a major championship and reach the absolute pinnacle of golf? Through a season of the four tournaments -- the Masters, the U.S. Open, the British Open, and the PGA Championship -- known...


Mind Over Golf: How to Use Your Head to Lower Your Score: How to Use Your Head to Lower Your Score

by Bill Fields, Richard H. Coop & Payne Stewart Wiley (April 01, 1997)

Whether you struggle to break 100 or consistently break par, you've already discovered that golf is the most mentally demanding of all sports. Dr. Richard Coop, one of the foremost sports psychologists in the...


Can I Get a Ruling: Golf Rules Revealed Through Others' Mistakes

by Dave Marrandette Wiley (April 01, 2004)

Can I Get a Ruling? offers entertaining and thought-provoking golf moments on the pro tour that will stir your sense of justice and challenge your own knowledge of the rules. You'll share the players' frustrations...


Golf Nuts: You've Got to Be Committed

by Ron Garland Wiley (October 01, 2002)

These are the folks who practice chip shots in elevators with invisible wedges. These are the people on the golf course in parkas on the first day the temperature tops 30 degrees. These are the junkies who spend...


Putting My Way: A Lifetime's Worth of Tips from Golf's All-Time Greatest

by Jack Nicklaus Wiley (October 01, 2009)

The last word on putting from one of the greatest golfers--and putters--ever

Jack Nicklaus is considered the greatest player of all time by countless golf fans around the world. His astounding tournament achievements...


Golf Injury Handbook: Professional Advice for Amateur Athletes

by Allan M. Levy & Mark L. Fuerst Wiley (May 02, 2008)

Steer clear of golf injuries once and for all with this expert fitness and prevention program.

"Without question, Golf Injury Handbook is the most comprehensive, easy-to-use reference for amateur golfers to take...


Mistake-Free Golf

by Robert K. Winters, PhD & Rich Lerner St. Martin's Press (May 13, 2014)

Mistake-Free Golf is the first and only book that directly applies to golfers of all levels on how to specifically correct their mental errors. By identifying the mental mistakes that golfers make on a consistent...


The Best Golf Stories Ever Told

by Julie Ganz & Tripp Bowden Skyhorse (June 01, 2013)

This book is a comprehensive collection of stories, each of which captures a different facet of the game of golf. Some of the best golfers in the history of the sport as well as those who have established themselves...


18 Ways to Play a Better 18 Holes: Tips and Techniques from America's Best Club Professionals

by John Steinbreder Taylor Trade Publishing (January 08, 2014)

Award-winning journalist John Steinbreder calls on elite PGA pros to provide tips on everything from putting to eliminating the slice. Learn driving from Scott Davenport; bunker shots from Bob Ford at Oakmont...


A Season in Dornoch

by Lorne Rubenstein & Sean Connery Simon & Schuster (January 25, 2002)

The town of Dornoch, Scotland, lies at nearly the same latitude as Juneau, Alaska. A bit too far removed for the taste of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, the Royal Dornoch Golf Club has never...


Playing by the Rules

by Arnold Palmer & Steve Eubanks Atria Books (June 15, 2010)

It was a moment seen by millions on television. During play at the 1999 Phoenix Open, Tiger Woods had a "loose impediment? removed to play his shot -- an everyday occurrence under golf's rules. But that impediment...


Duel in the Sun

by Michael Corcoran Simon & Schuster (May 11, 2010)

In the rest of the world, they call it the Open Championship. Americans call it the British Open, but if any tournament is considered the battle for the world championship of golf, it is the one held annually...


The Lost Masters

by Curt Sampson Atria Books (June 15, 2010)

Of all the games ever played in a sporting competition, never has an event been so bizarre and yet so fitting for its historical moment: the 1968 Masters.

Anger gripped America's heart in April 1968. Vietnam...


My Golden Lessons

by Jack Nicklaus, Ken Bowden & Jim McQueen Simon & Schuster (October 22, 2002)

He made his first cut in a professional major championship in the 1958 U.S. Open, at age eighteen. Forty years later, he had his most recent top-10 finish in a major at the Masters. In between, he won eighteen...


The Battle for Augusta National

by Alan Shipnuck Simon & Schuster (March 30, 2004)

The controversy began with a seemingly innocuous private letter, and spiraled into the biggest media event in golf history. The Augusta National membership dispute dominated headlines and watercooler conversation...


Golf Is a Game of Confidence

by Bob Rotella & Bob Cullen Simon & Schuster (May 20, 1996)

Confidence, or “playing with your eyes,” can be the difference between making par and a bogey, one-putting and three-putting, winning and losing. To help readers revolutionize their own course management...


Slices

by I. J. Schecter Collins (October 15, 2013)

To the low- and high-handicapper alike, golf represents an ongoing quest and an exhilarating challenge. In this brilliant collection, award-winning author I.J. Schecter embarks on a dogged pursuit of golf's...


Strength Training for Golfers

by John Little Skyhorse (July 03, 2012)

For years, the importance of strength training for golfers was maligned or dismissed. But now that more and more golfers have turned to strength training to augment their game with outstanding results, we now...


Two Good Rounds

by Elisa Gaudet Skyhorse (December 01, 2011)

Everybody loves a celebration, and golfers are no exception. It has long been a tradition after a round of golf to gather together and celebrate a win or merely enjoy the company of friends, new and old, with...


The Match: The Day the Game of Golf Changed Forever

by Mark Frost Hachette Books (November 06, 2007)

In 1956, a casual bet between two millionaires eventually pitted two of the greatest golfers of the era-Byron Nelson and Ben Hogan-against top amateurs Harvie Ward and Ken Venturi. The year: 1956. Four decades...


Ben Hogan's Magical Device

by Ted Hunt & Sean Connery Skyhorse (May 26, 2009)

In 1954, Ben Hogan stated in the serialized lessons he wrote for Life magazine that he had “a secret.” He challenged the world to find it by stating "It is easy to see if I tell you where to look." He then...


Golf

by Alistair Cooke, Jack Nicklaus & Jerry Tarde Arcade (October 19, 2011)

Legendary journalist and beloved TV host Alistair Cooke shares his life-long passion for golf in this stunning collection of his best writing on the sport he loved most. On a fateful day in 1964, Alistair Cooke...


Classic Golf Stories

by Jeff Silverman Skyhorse (February 07, 2012)

Ever since that fateful day several hundred years ago when a Scottish shepherd first struck a rock with a shillelagh, perhaps no single athletic pursuit has brought man more joy and frustration, more fulfillment...


Golf Miscellany

by Matthew Silverman Skyhorse (February 28, 2012)

What causes a golf ball to hook or slice? What are the origins of the terms “bogey” and “birdie”? Why was Jack Nicklaus called “The Golden Bear”? “Why is the Masters champion presented with a green...


1,001 Pearls of Golfers' Wisdom

by Jim Apfelbaum & Arnold Palmer Skyhorse (May 15, 2012)

There’s an old adage about sports writing that says “the smaller the ball, the better the writing.” The quotes that make up 1,001 Pearls of Golfer’s Wisdom prove that to be most definitely true! Including...


Tales from Pinehurst

by Robert Hartman & William C. Campbell Sports Publishing (January 12, 2012)

Pinehurst, a pinpoint on the map of North Carolina, is a 100-year-old course beloved by all true golf fans. In Pinehurst, golf is more than a game; it’s a way of life. In Tales From Pinehurst, readers will...


The Nicklaus Way

by John Andrisani HarperCollins e-books (October 13, 2009)

Jack Nicklaus set a record for most career victories in major championships, capturing a total of eighteen between 1962 and 1986, including six Masters wins. In 1988 Golf Magazine named the "Golden Bear" Golfer...


The Wicked Game

by Howard Sounes HarperCollins e-books (October 13, 2009)

Golf is sometimes referred to as "the wicked game" because it is fiendishly difficult to play well. Yet in the parlance of the Tiger Woods generation, it's also a wickedly good game -- rich, glamorous, and more...


Endurance: Winning Lifes Majors the Phil Mickelson Way

by David Magee Wiley (July 27, 2007)

ENDURANCE Winning Life's Majors the Phil Mickelson Way

For the first twelve years of his career, Phil Mickelson was one of the world's most skilled, successful, and beloved professional golfers. He also spent...


Golf My Own Damn Way: The Wit and Wisdom of John Daly

by John Daly HarperCollins e-books (October 13, 2009)

If you know anything at all about John Daly—and if you don't, what in the hell are you doing with this book in your hands?—you know he approaches the game of golf from an, uh, slightly different perspective...


Houdini Shots: The Ultimate Short Game Survival Guide

by Dave Allen, Martin Hall & Jack Nicklaus Wiley (March 08, 2013)

One of Golf Digest's 10 Best Teachers in America (No. 7) helps you master the most difficult short-game shots in golf, just the way Seve Ballesteros did

Here's one golf book you should definitely own if you want...


The Complete Hogan: A Shot-By-Shot Analysis of Golf's Greatest Swing

by Jim McLean & Tom Mccarthy Wiley (December 12, 2011)

Top golfing instructor Jim McLean uses rare film footage of Ben Hogan to break down the greatest swing of all time

Golf legend Ben Hogan had the perfect golf swing, but how exactly it worked has long been a mystery?until...


Historical Dictionary of Golf

by Bill Mallon & Randon Jerris Scarecrow Press (January 21, 2011)

Historical Dictionary of Golf—through a chronology, an introductory essay, a bibliography, photos, and over 300 cross-referenced dictionary entries on people, places, teams, and terminology of the game—is...


Adventures in Extreme Golf

by Duncan Lennard Skyhorse (January 08, 2013)

For many golfers, the innocent thrill of striking a drive clearly, avoiding a deep bunker, or holing out an unlikely putt is all they need to make a round (or a whole year) of golf memorable. But there’s an...


Jack Nicklaus

by Mark Shaw Sports Publishing (December 18, 2012)

In this intimately penned biography, the only one written about the “Golden Bear,” author Mark Shaw, with the energy of a lifelong fan, chronicles Nicklaus’s life from his early days as a young golfer...


Tales from Augusta's Fairways

by Jim Hawkins & Robert Hartman Sports Publishing (April 01, 2012)

In Tales from Augusta’s Fairways, Jim Hawkins, who covered his first Masters in 1968, takes readers behind the high, thick hedges of Augusta National Golf Club for an intimate, entertaining glimpse of the...


Shouting at Amen Corner

by Ron Green & Scott Marting Sports Publishing (March 08, 2012)

Shouting at Amen Corner is a collection of the best of Ron Green’s columns and articles from his 45 years of covering the Masters for "The Charlotte News" and "The Charlotte Observer." It’s a book about...


Making the Masters

by David Barrett Skyhorse (March 21, 2012)

Contested the second weekend in April each year since 1934, the Masters is the world’s most prestigious golf tournament and most-watched tournament on television. Tickets are in such demand that even the waiting...


A Swing for Life: Revised and Updated (with embedded videos)

by Nick Faldo Atria Books (November 06, 2012)

An instructional guide to the perfect swing from one of golf’s most successful players and well-known television commentators.

A Swing for Life represents the ultimate collection of lessons, swing thoughts,...


The Longest Shot

by Neil Sagebiel St. Martin's Press (May 22, 2012)

The inspirational story of the unknown golfer from Iowa who beat his idol in the 1955 U.S. Open

With the overlooked Jack Fleck still playing the course, NBC-TV proclaimed that the legendary Ben Hogan had won...


The Horror on the Links

by Seabury Quinn Night Shade (April 04, 2017)

Today the names of H. P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, August Derleth, and Clark Ashton Smith, all regular contributors to the pulp magazine Weird Tales during the first half of the twentieth century, are recognizable...


A Son of the Game

by James Dodson Algonquin Books (April 13, 2010)

When acclaimed golf writer James Dodson leaves his home in Maine to revisit Pinehurst, North Carolina, where his father first taught him the game that would shape his life and career, he’s at a point where...


Dream Golf

by Stephen Goodwin Algonquin Books (June 01, 2010)

On a wild, windblown bluff high above the Pacific sits one of America’s premier golfing destinations, Bandon Dunes. Golf enthusiast Mike Keiser had the dream of building this British-style "links" course on...