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WILL SWANTON has been an award-winning sports writer for 15 years. He's written for The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Sun-Herald, The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph newspapers. He has received the Australian Sports Commission's award for the best contribution to the coverage of sport by an individual. He's been published by Australian Associated Press, Reuters, Agence-France Press, Wisden, The Guardian, International Herald Tribune, South China Morning Post and The New York Times. His photographs have been published by Reuters and The Australian. He's twice featured in Best Australian Sports-Writing compilations and has travelled extensively to report on the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games, Commonwealth Games, Australia's Test and World Cup cricket campaigns, Test and State of Origin rugby league, Bledisloe Cup rugby, all four major tennis championships and the Association of Surfing Professionals world championship tour. His other books are: Ian Thorpe: Early Days, Some Day, Murderball, The Mighty Mullygrubber Malone, A Better Life (with Craig Hamilton) and The Slams. BRENT READ is a sports writer for The Australian newspaper. He has covered golf both in Australia and overseas, as well as other major events such as the Olympic Games. This is his first book.

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Young Adam Scott Breaks the "Curse" of Augusta 20 Mar. 2014
By Big D - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
An interesting read of what is like for an international player to win the Masters, what it means and how very important it is to that golfer and his home country..

And it couldn't have happened to a nicer, more deserving guy than the likable and admirable Adam Scott. A well received win for one of golf's most popular young players.

This is more than a book about Adam Scott's victory. It is the story of Greg Norman and other Australian Golfers who have tried so hard for so long to win what they consider America's greatest tournament. But always, always, there was the curse of Augusta.

That is no more because of Adam Scott.

One of the major themes of this book, written by Australians, is the tremendous pride Australians have in their country, it's golf, and how very much they have, for many years, wanted to win the American Masters.

And now they have done it. Well done, young Adam Scott, well done!!!
Great read for all Aussie golfers 22 April 2014
By matthew wildin - Published on Amazon.com
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Great read and insight in to Adam Scott's lead up and eventual win at the best golfing tournament in the world
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