Driving the green: the making of a golf course

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HarperCollins Canada, Limited, 1991 - Sports & Recreation - 344 pages
Details the construction of Ironhorse, a Florida golf course, describing how the architect seeks to provide challenges and rewards for golfers of all levels and how such a major financial undertaking is accomplished

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DRIVING THE GREEN: The Making of a Golf Course

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A slow-driving account of the development and building of Ironhorse, a ``country club community'' in West Palm Beach. ``Designing a golf course,'' Strawn, a devoted golfer and former construction ... Read full review

Driving the green: the making of a golf course

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Golf enthusiast Strawn contributes this account of the design of a golf course as an alternative to the recent proliferation of instructional and how-to literature. He writes about Alan Sher, a ... Read full review


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