9781780976358

The Golf Majors The Complete Illustrated History of the Greatest Competitions in Golf

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  • ISBN13:

    9781780976358

  • ISBN10:

    1780976356

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 10/3/2017
  • Publisher: Carlton Books
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Summary

The Masters, the US Open, the Open Championship (British Open), and the US PGA Championship: these are the four Majors in men's golf, the ultimate tests of a player's skill and nerves. The Golf Majors relates their history, as both stand-alone events and as part of the Grand Slam. Special features include a highlight of ten famous rounds, such as Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson at the British Open in 1977 and Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia at the 1999 US PGA. Written by a leading golf authority, this engaging and lavishly illustrated book takes the reader on a journey of discovery.

Author Biography

Nick Callow is a highly respected journalist who has reported on almost every major sport around the world over the last 20 years. He covered the 2010 Ryder Cup as well as other international tournaments and has interviewed golfing legends such as Jack Nicklaus and Padraig Harrington. As well as writing for almost every national British newspaper, he is now joint Managing Director of the world-renowned Hayters Teamwork Sports Agency, based in London. He is the author of the highly acclaimed The Ryder Cup: The Illustrated History (Carlton).

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