1001 Golf Holes You Must Play Before You Die

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Jeff Barr
Universe Publishing, 2013 - Sports & Recreation - 960 pages
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A lavishly illustrated collection of the 1001 best golf holes from around the world, organized by challenge level, for golfers of every level. This latest book in the hugely popular 1001 series showcases the world’s best golf holes—a must-have volume for anyone who loves the game, and the perfect gift for Father’s Day, graduation, or a birthday. Every golfer dreams of the chance to play a great hole, and this book takes you to the world’s best. Covering 3-par, 4-par, and 5-par, the challenging, the scenic, the celebrity-designed, and the most demanding, this magnificent guide lets you discover the 1001 holes you simply must play. Each entry includes concise fact boxes that provide the official course name, location, hole number, length, par, designer, and critical course comments. The longer entries give further insight into playing the hole, the designer’s intention, and the history of the greats who have played there. For ease of use, all the holes are indexed by course, name, designer, and location at the back of the book.

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User Review  - daddygolfs - Overstock.com

The book has some excellent information. It is not a large book in size but has a lot of pages. Not a ton of larger pictures but enough small photos to get a feel of some of the holes they are ... Read full review

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User Review  - dellas - Overstock.com

This book was purchased for both my son and husband. My son and husband both love to golf. They both loved the book. My son has working on two of the courses mentioned in the book. Both he and my husband are looking forward to playing on as many of the courses that they can. Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Jeff Barr oversees and writes for the travel section of Golfweek, one of the most popular golf news magazines in America. His articles have also appeared in The Washington Post, The Detroit News, The Las Vegas Sun, and many other publications.

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