A Walk in the Park: Golfweek's Guide to America's Best Classic and Modern Golf Courses

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Sports Pub. L.L.C., 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 178 pages
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The award-winning "Golfweek Magazine takes readers on a unique tour through the history of America's golfing experience with full-color profiles of the country's top 100 courses.

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About the author (2004)

Bradley is founding editor of "Superintendent News" and architecture editor of "Golfweek," A former PGA Tour caddie, he holds a Ph.D. in political science and enjoyed a distinguished academic career in international relations before retiring from teaching to devote himself full-time to golf writing.
He runs "Golfweek"'s "America's Best" national course rating system that determines the country's top-100 Classical and top-100 Modern courses. He is also a design consultant and a frequent speaker at industry and association meetings. Klein is a member of Royal Dornoch Golf Club in Ross's hometown in Scotland and of Wampanoag Country Club in West Hartford, CT, the home course of the Donald Ross Society.
Klein's first book, Rough Meditations (Sleeping Bear Press, 1997), is a collection of essays about life on the Tour, traveling the golf world, and the elements of course architecture. He lives in Bloomfield, CT and is currently at work on a history of course design and maintenance.

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