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The 500 World's Greatest Golf Holes

The 500 World's Greatest Golf Holes
9781579652371
Product ID:  85237
$48.00
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2003/04/06
Artisan

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9.8 X 9.9 in
456 pg


SPORTS & RECREATION / Golf
PHOTOGRAPHY / Subjects & Themes / Sports
REFERENCE / Consumer Guides

Description

There are more than half a million golf holes in the world--and GOLF Magazine has picked the best, in The 500 World's Greatest Golf Holes.

More than six hundred lavish photographs complement anecdotal "biographies" and vital statistics of the holes deemed the best in the world by the magazine's editors and their panel of international experts. Readers will find out if their favorite holes made the cut by first turning to The Eighteen, representing the most respected and challenging holes--holes like the thirteenth at Augusta National. Next, they discover which are considered the top one hundred (no surprise that the eleventh at St. Andrews Old Course and the fifth at Pinehurst are included here). Finally, there is an all-inclusive gazetteer of all five hundred. A special section offers the Best of the Best--lists of holes by category, such as the most scenic, longest, best in Europe, hardest-to-putt greens, and so on.

This is the golf book for the passionate golfer and the armchair duffer alike.


Author Bio

Golf Magazine, the preeminent publication in its field, has a circulation of l.4 million and an estimated monthly readership of 5 million. Its editors--along with those at affilated publications in Europe, South Africa, the Far East, and elsewhere--determined the criteria for and selection of the holes honored in The 500 World's Greatest Golf Holes.


George Peper, who was editor-in-chief of Golf Magazine for 25 years, has written, co-written, or edited 17 books, including Artisan’s 500 World’s Greatest Golf Holes and Greg Norman’s Shark Attack. George divides his time between Portsmouth, Rhode Island, and St. Andrews, Scotland.