Why are there Eighteen Holes?

Click on the image of the book to view on Amazon The USGA took the unusual step this year of issuing their annual Herbert Warren Wind Award to two books. One of the worthy winners was Peter Lewis: Why are

Why are there Eighteen Holes?

Click on the image of the book to view on Amazon The USGA took the unusual step this year of issuing their annual Herbert Warren Wind Award to two books. One of the worthy winners was Peter Lewis: Why are

The 1997 Masters : My Story by Tiger Woods

A best selling book the day it becomes available for sale. That is still the magic of Tiger Woods even though he is now old and breaking down. I am an Augusta National lover and thus can’t get enough about the

The 1997 Masters : My Story by Tiger Woods

A best selling book the day it becomes available for sale. That is still the magic of Tiger Woods even though he is now old and breaking down. I am an Augusta National lover and thus can’t get enough about the

Doctors of the Game : A History of the Golf Profession

The sub-title of Doctors of the Game : A History of the Golf Profession is ‘Honoring the Past – Inspiring the Future’.  PGA Master Professional (#47) Billy Dettlaff has written a tome, which is the ultimate tribute to golf professionals.

Doctors of the Game : A History of the Golf Profession

The sub-title of Doctors of the Game : A History of the Golf Profession is ‘Honoring the Past – Inspiring the Future’.  PGA Master Professional (#47) Billy Dettlaff has written a tome, which is the ultimate tribute to golf professionals.

USGA 2016 Book Award Winners

For for first time in their history the U.S.G.A. has awarded their annual Herbert Warren Wind award, which represents outstanding golf books that contribute to the game, to two books. The first was written by a professor at the University

USGA 2016 Book Award Winners

For for first time in their history the U.S.G.A. has awarded their annual Herbert Warren Wind award, which represents outstanding golf books that contribute to the game, to two books. The first was written by a professor at the University

Golf’s Iron Horse : The Astonishing, Record-Breaking Life of Ralph Kennedy

A delightful new read for the lover of golf and the game’s history. So many works of golfing history focus on the greats: the best players, the most prestigious championships, the hardest courses, and the like. Most avid golfers are

Golf’s Iron Horse : The Astonishing, Record-Breaking Life of Ralph Kennedy

A delightful new read for the lover of golf and the game’s history. So many works of golfing history focus on the greats: the best players, the most prestigious championships, the hardest courses, and the like. Most avid golfers are

Golf’s Royal Clubs : Honoured by the British Royal Family 1833-2013 by Scott MacPherson

When the home of golf decides to publish a golf book it is a noteworthy event. “The empire on which the sun never sets” is the subject of a new book commissioned by the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of

Golf’s Royal Clubs : Honoured by the British Royal Family 1833-2013 by Scott MacPherson

When the home of golf decides to publish a golf book it is a noteworthy event. “The empire on which the sun never sets” is the subject of a new book commissioned by the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of

Simpson & Co. Golf Architects by Fred Hawtree

The British architect Tom Simpson is the designer of two of my favorites courses in the world: the full course at Morfontaine outside Paris and the best nine-hole course in the world at the same location, the Valliere course at

Simpson & Co. Golf Architects by Fred Hawtree

The British architect Tom Simpson is the designer of two of my favorites courses in the world: the full course at Morfontaine outside Paris and the best nine-hole course in the world at the same location, the Valliere course at