Golf Magazine's Encyclopedia of Golf: The Complete Reference

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HarperCollins, 1993 - Sports & Recreation - 517 pages
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A definitive source of golf--the players, tournaments, courses, equipment, history, and playing tips--from the editors of Golf magazine. For the ever-growing number of players, both novice and expert, this unique and comprehensive resource collects all the information anyone would ever need to know in one volume. 175 photographs. 7 line drawings. 231 tables and charts.

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About the author (1993)

George Peper, who was editor-in-chief of "Golf Magazine" for 25 years, has written, co-written, or edited 17 books, including Artisan s "500 World s Greatest Golf Holes" and Greg Norman s "Shark Attack". George divides his time between Portsmouth, Rhode Island, and St. Andrews, Scotland.

Peter Morrice is the associate editor of instruction for GOLF Magazine, and the author of more than one hundred articles and stories on the subject.

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