Golfing New England: Courses, Legends, History, and Hints

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Janice Page
Triumph, 2007 - Sports & Recreation - 156 pages
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With charming prose and stunning photographs, this walk-through of 18 courses that are uniquely New England makes for a keepsake worth returning to. Local golf celebrities select their favorite 18 holes, and key championships and historical highlights are revisited. The book also introduces a lesson or two from top local players, anecdotes from pros and caddies, and fun trivia as well as tips on technique. Everything that is so special about playing in this region—from fickle weather and challenging terrain to pine needles and more than a few geese—is captured in the pages, and the book offers useful tips for negotiating every element of it. Whether a frequent golfer in New England or just appreciating the area for its beauty and diversity, this book will make the reader want to tee up and walk the fairways.

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Contents

Section 1
26
Section 2
36
Section 3
37

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