Arnie and Jack: Palmer, Nicklaus and Golf's Greatest Rivalry

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Yellow Jersey, 2008 - Golfers - 354 pages
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Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer are two of the greatest golfers in history. It's fair to say that between them with some help from Gary Player they created the game as we know it. This dual biography tells the story of two men who at times loathed, resented, but in the end came to respect each other, and the way they changed golf.

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This is a good book especially if you are a golf nut. It is extremely well written and discusses all the points of real interest to us as hero-worshippers of two of the real "greats". I particularly ... Read full review

Arnie & Jack: Palmer, Nicklaus, and golf's greatest rivalry

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Sports columnist O'Connor (The Jump: Sebastian Telfair and the High Stakes Business of High School Ball) examines what may be the longest-running rivalry in sports history. While both Arnold Palmer ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Ian O'Connor is a Pulitzer-nominated journalist. He has worked for the New York Times and USA Today, among many others. He is the author of one previous book, The Jump, about college basketball.

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