1001 Golf Holes You Must Play Before You Die

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Ronnie Sellers Productions, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 960 pages
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This hardcover book features over 500 full color photographs of the most beautiful, challenging and memorable golf holes in the world chosen by a team of international writers and golf experts. Whether you play for fun, or for serious sport, this guide will encourage you to live your ultimate golfing fantasy at the world's premier courses. The book gives insight into how to play the hole, the designer's intention, and the history of the greats who have played there. Each hole highlighted has been selected for its interest either as a challenge to play, a place of outstanding beauty, a famous occurrence, or the brilliance of its design. Fact boxes provide course name, location, hole number, length, par, designer and course comments. The holes are all indexed in the back of the book by course, name, designer and location.
 

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User Review  - daddygolfs - Overstock.com

The book has some excellent information. It is not a large book in size but has a lot of pages. Not a ton of larger pictures but enough small photos to get a feel of some of the holes they are ... Read full review

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User Review  - dellas - Overstock.com

This book was purchased for both my son and husband. My son and husband both love to golf. They both loved the book. My son has working on two of the courses mentioned in the book. Both he and my husband are looking forward to playing on as many of the courses that they can. Read full review

Contents

Preface
4
Foreword
6
Introduction
8
Course Index
10
Contributors
14
How to Use 1001 Golf Holes
15
Holei
16
Hole 2
51
Hole5 194
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336
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837
518
855
Designer Index
953
General Index
955
Picture Credits
960

Hole 3
95
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About the author (2005)

Jeff Barr has traveled the world reviewing golf courses, golf resorts and, of course, golf holes. He is an award-winning writer who oversees and writes for the travel section of Golfweek magazine, the No. 1 golf news magazine in America. His stories have appeared in The Washington Post, The Detroit News, The Las Vegas Sun and many newspapers, magazines, and Web sites from coast to coast. 1001 Golf Holes is his fourth book. His others are Business Traveler┐s Guide to Golf (Triumph Publishing, 1999); Unlikely Affairs (2003) and Officiating Football (Human Kinetics Inc., 2004).

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