Golfwatching

Golfwatching

Author: George Peper

Publisher: Abradale/Abrams

ISBN: 9780810981652

Page: 272

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Loaded with the facts, illustrations, anecdotes, and practical tips that golfers need in order to understand and enjoy televised golf, this indispensable guide offers information on eighty-one top golf tournaments.

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