Take into account that this reviewer is not a golfer and only holds the most minimal knowledge about the game and only a little more about the major players. That said, this is a great book for everyone, be they ghost hunters, golf enthusiasts, historians, travelers or readers of esoterica. The title of the book is accurate in that it not only covers haunts of a more traditional kind, it also focuses on specific players and how the game itself may have a more supernatural feel during the course of their lives. While this may seem to make for an uneven flow as you read a truly chilling tale, an incredible tragedy and then a lengthy, but nonetheless entertaining view of Greg Norman's wild career, in final retrospect, they all fit the book. A recommended book for everyone that you will enjoy. You will come away with a sense that golf is something special, even if it is just a ghost in a room somewhere above the club bar.