Perfect Lies: A Century of Great Golf Stories
Touchstone, Sep 3, 1998 - Fiction - 384 pages
Spanning 85 years and including writers from several countries, Perfect Lies features classic stories such as F. Scott Fitzgerald's "Winter Dreams", and new stories from rising stars. Includes a total of 25 stories.
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Introduction William Hallberg tfti
The Nan Who Quif Charles Van Loan
The Wooden Putter Bernard Darwin
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