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A Golf Story [Hardcover]

Charles Price


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18 Oct 2001
Not long after its original publication some fifteen years ago, A Golf Story assumed its rightful place as one of the classics of golf literature. This book intertwines the stories of three immortal subjects the legendary player Bobby Jones; the Augusta National; and the Masters Tournament; into a compelling narrative that is much greater than the sum of its parts.

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  • Hardcover: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Roundhouse Publishing Ltd (18 Oct 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 157243421X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1572434219
  • Product Dimensions: 22.6 x 17 x 2.5 cm

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Charles Price spent three years interweaving his firsthand experience with Augusta and the Masters that dates back to 1948 (including, uniquely, access to Augusta's prized archives) with an equally unique friendship with the great man himself, Bobby Jones.

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4.0 out of 5 stars The Best Account Yet of the Best Team Ever 18 April 2002
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I consider myself not only an avid baseball fan, but a die hard Oakland Athletics fan. I have read numerous books about the A's, but never has there been a book as thorough, original and entertaining as Champions. The detailed account Dickey provides of the three dynasties, from Finley to Henderson to Giambi, is both informative and enlightening.
Champions is easy to read, easy to follow and impossible to put down. I recommend this book to all baseball fans, particularly those with a soft spot for the Oakland Athletics.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A GOOD LOOK AT BUILDING THE A'S DYNASTIES 2 Sep 2002
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I HIGHLY SUGGEST THIS FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE GREAT A'S TEAMS OF THE PAST AND PRESENT. I ADMIRED AND RESPECTED THOSE THE TEAMS OF THE EARLY 70'S. THEY TRULY WERE ONE OF THE BEST TEAMS IN MODERN HISTORY. THE TEAMS OF THE LATE 80'S AND EARLY 90'S WERE AWSOME WITH THE BASH BROTHERS. THE TEAM OF NOW HAS GREAT PITCHING AND TIMELY HITTING EVEN WITH THE LOSS OF THE GIAMBINO. THE AUTHOR DOES DOES A GREAT JOB DESCRIBING THE EVENTS THAT LED UP TO THE DYNASTIES AND SOME FACTS ABOUT THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE MAJOR CONTRIBUTORS. ALL IN ALL IT IS A VERY DETAILED AND INTERESTING READ. ALL BASEBALL FANS SHOULD READ THIS BOOK.
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