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The 19th Hole: Designing the World's Best Golf Clubs Hardcover – 1 Nov 2008

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Even Sports Illustrated rated it #1 in its Top Ten 7 April 2009
By S. Holloway - Published on
Format: Hardcover
My husband and I are both avid golfers, and have had the privilege of seeing and playing some wonderful courses. But many will remain elusive dreams seen only through pictures, due to their private or elite stature. We have those coffee table books with all the pretty pictures of signature golf holes from courses all over the world, and they are great. But there is another part of the golf experience that is rarely presented or shared in any book. The beauty of the overall experience at these famed and fabled clubs includes the grandeur - and even sometimes graceful simplicity - of the clubhouses.

Finally Richard Diedrich has brought the glory of the architecture and the aura of the inner sanctums of these clubhouses to life in his book - The 19th Hole: Architecture of the Golf Clubhouse. You will see Augusta National, Winged Foot, Maidstone, Merion, Shinnecock Hills, Sleepy Hollow and many more.

Even Sports Illustrated's Jeff Silverman rated it #1 of his Top Ten Books in the December '08 issue ([...] As Silverman says, "If you can't join 'em, you can look at 'em."

A great addition to any golfer's library, and a great gift idea for the golfer who thinks s/he has everything (but do we ever??? really???).
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