In The Sweetest Game, author Cal Brown (Masters Memories; Augusta National & The Masters: A Photographer's Scrapbook) gathers priceless and practical gems from succeeding generations of master golfers, teachers and writers that suggest how almost anyone can learn to play the game by following their own better instincts. It's a way of looking at the game and the golf swing that does not rely on technical jargon or complex explanations, but rather on using our own natural abilities and tendencies. The book is also about the joys, the sorrows, the hopes, the little horrors, the temptations and the uncounted satisfactions of golf. Written with a blend of common sense and humor, it casts light on some straightforward, useful ideas about playing golf for pleasure. With choice examples from Jack Burke, Bob Toski, John Jacobs, Paul Runyan, Tommy Armour, Cary Middlecoff, Harry Vardon, Bernard Darwin, Harvey Penick, Gene Sarazen, Arnold Palmer, Bobby Jones, Byron Nelson, "and others who should know."
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(241mm x 161mm x 23mm)
Clock Tower Press
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Author Biography - Cal Brown
Cal Brown is a former director of Golf Digest Instruction School and writer and editor for Golf Digest. He is the author of numerous golf books, including Masters Memories, Augusta National & The Masters: A Photographer's Scrapbook and, with Tom Fazio, Golf Course Design, which was recently named one of the top 25 golf books of all time by Travel &Leisure Golf Magazine. He resides in Juno Beach, Florida.