Amy Alcott's Guide to Women's Golf

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Dutton, 1991 - Sports & Recreation - 228 pages
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Amy Alcott is among the best female golfers in America. She's won virtually every major LPGA tournament, and ABC's Jim McKay called her "the most articulate woman in golf". No one is better qualified to write the first and only complete guide devoted entirely to the millions of women who play golf--and to the nearly million more who will take up the sport this year. 100 photographs.

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Contents

Amys Playing Lesson
13
Light Makes Right
28
My 123 Key
45
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Amy Alcott has won thirty-two professional tournaments worldwide, including the U.S. Women's Open, and is a member of the World Golf and LPGA Halls of Fame. She has won the Kraft Nabisco Championship three times?an accomplishment she shares with only two other women?and five major championships. Alcott lives in Los Angeles. Visit her website at AmyAlcott.com.

Don Wade, a former senior editor at "Golf Digest," is the author of the nine golf-story collections in the bestselling "And Then Jack Said to Arnie..." series. Covering professional golf since the 1970s, he has worked as a feature writer for CBS Sports and NBC Sports and as a golf analyst for the USA Network. His writing has appeared in numerous publications, including the" New York Times" and the "Boston Globe."

Illustrator Paul Szep, a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist for the "Boston Globe,"" "has published thirteen collections of cartoons.

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