Golf's Ultimate Eighteen

Golf's Ultimate Eighteen

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Golf's Ultimate Eighteen
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Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Ernie Els, Amy Alcott, Ken Venturi, Tom Weiskopf, and other champions each discuss a favorite golf hole, creating a fantasy course like no other.

In this beautifully designed book, eighteen golf icons, ranging from Hall of Fame legends to young champions, discuss the unforgettable holes, creating a fantasy course like no other. You’ll read these players’ descriptions of such celebrated holes as t he 1st at Cherry Hills Country Club in Denver, Colorado; the Postage Stamp 8th at Royal Troon Links in Troon, Scotland; and the 12th at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia.

  • Author: Steve Eubanks
  • Publisher: Sellers Publishing
  • Publishing Date: September 20, 2010
  • Hardcover
  • 128 pages
  • Stories of how each hole defeated some and helped others
  • More than 100 full-color and black and white images
In this book, we have assembled a who’s who of golf luminaries, with each discussing his or her favorite hole and revealing what makes it unforgettable. They’re able to demystify each hole as they walk readers through their own strategic approaches and personal memories. Jerry Pate describes one of the greatest shots of his career on the most famous par-3 in the world, the 16th at Cypress Point; Tom Weiskopf recounts one of the most historic moments in the game at the celebrated Postage Stamp 8th at Royal Troon; David Graham considers what makes the 6th at Royal Melbourne so challenging; and Jack Nicklaus tells of the genius of the Road Hole 17th at St. Andrews. These are the stories and storytellers that bring great golf holes to life. Sit back and join the most knowledgeable people in the game as they offer lively, illuminating analyses of the holes that have challenged them to accomplish and even surpass their own estimable personal bests.