Around the World in Eighteen Holes

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Broadway Books, May 1, 1995 - Sports & Recreation - 256 pages
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In June 1993, after months of absurdly complex planning, two "fiftysomething" sports writers set off on their own incredible journey. Their mission: to play 18 holes of golf in 21 countries on four continents in just 69 days. In a work that's a cross between Blue Highways and City Slickers, they tell their bizarre but true story. Photos.

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User Review  - gmillar - LibraryThing

This was a fun book to read. I don't think a person has to be a golfer or a sports nut to enjoy it. There are a lot of travel yarns, personal vignettes and humorous throwaways included as well. In ... Read full review



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TOM CALLAHAN, a former senior writer at "Time" magazine and sports columnist at the "Washington Post," is a recipient of the National Headliner Award. He has spent three decades covering everything in major league sports, from Sarajevo to Zaire, including hundreds of pro-football games, preseasons to Super Bowls. Callahan is the author of the New York Times bestseller "Johnny U,"

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