'For those who want to read about, learn about or simply look at some great courses, Peter Pugh and Henry Lord's study of the architect HS Colt is an absorbing pleasure.' -- Guardian 'A superb record of the man and his work... a delight to read, and a perfect way to whet the appetite of any Colt fan looking at the pleasures of the courses yet to be played... An unqualified recommendation for all golf fans.' -- Tee Times 'This book will greatly enhance and consolidate Colt's reputation... Anyone with even the slightest interest in the golden age of golf course architecture will want to acquire it.' -- Through the Green 'This large-format appreciation, thoroughly researched and splendidly illustrated, examines the man [Colt] and his achievements in a style as captivating as the courses themselves.' -- Jeff Silverman, GOLF Magazine
About the Author
Peter Pugh is a businessman, company historian and former golf addict, with memberships at Royal Lytham and Royal Worlington (two of Colt's courses). His other books include The Magic of a Name, a three-volume history of Rolls-Royce, and two titles in Icon's famous Introducing series, on Margaret Thatcher and John Maynard Keynes.