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The best sports book I have, or will ever, read. 5 stars doesn't do it justice,
This review is from: Tommy's Honour: The Extraordinary Story of Golf's Founding Father and Son (Paperback)
For anyone who has ever played the game of golf and has any feel for the history of the game, this is a 'must read' book of the first order. Not only does it cover the history of early professional golf, but talks about the evoultion of St.Andrews, and the creation of Prestwick.
The story of the Morris's is brilliantly told, with real insight and passion for the subject. It's a tragic story in the end, but about 2 lives that were lived to the full, and are worthy of greater consideration by any golfer.
If you only read one book on sport this year, make sure its this one
If you're a film maker looking for a subject to make a truely great film, this would be perfect