An extraordinary book...[with] passages that were so convincing they made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up (THE TIMES
Mark Frost has done a wonderful job of capturing the moment of golf's awakening in America. His work is thoroughly researched (Ben Crenshaw, 1999 US Ryder Cup Captain
Brilliantly told... marries social history with sporting biography...vivid, often moving, portraits of the two protagonists (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
[A] great insight into how golf got its start in America, and the man who really introduced it: Francis Ouimet (Ken Venturi
What SEABISCUIT was to the early years of modern racing, this book is to the birth of modern golf - a classic, highly inspirational story about genuine heroes, national pride and the enduring friendship between America and Great Britain.