112 Miles to the Pin: Journeys to the Edge of Golf

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Pavilion Books, 2007 - Golf - 200 pages
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'Golf', the writer Jim Bishop once said, 'is a game played by twenty million mature American men whose wives think they are out having fun.' For so many golfers, this description of the great game is all too true. That innocent thrill of striking a drive cleanly for the first time, or holing that amazing putt, is all but a distant memory.

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112 Miles to the Pin: Extreme Golf Around the World

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Escorting the reader through uncharted territory, journalist and author Lennard playfully describes the adventurous side of golf, hoping that fellow golfers will rediscover the joy of a game that ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Duncan Lennard is a freelance journalist who contributes to various publications, including Golf World and Today''s Golfer. He has also interviewed many of the world''s greatest golfers. While travelling the world in 2001, he had the opportunity to play some of the most extreme courses in far-flung places.

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