1001 Golf Holes You Must Play Before You Die
Covering par-3, par-4, and par-5, the challenging, the scenic, the celebrity-designed, and the most demanding, flick through this magnificent guide to discover the 1001 holes you simply have to play.
What makes a golf hole special, or indeed memorable? For some it is the thrill of a tricky shot over a deep ravine, or the beautiful scenery of an ocean-side tee-off. For others it is the history of famous golfers who have played out their victories, frustrations or sunk a hole-in-one at a championship course. For both the professional and the amateur, however, it is the individual challenge that each course offers, from the pitch of the fairway and the slope of the green, to the hazardous bunker that swallows errant balls by the dozen.
1001 Golf Holes You Must Play Before You Die is a stunning, illustrated guide to the best holes from the most famous courses in the world including St. Andrew’s in Scotland, ‘Amen Corner’ at Augusta National, USA, and Lahinch in Ireland, to some lesser known clubs like Prairie Dunes in Kansas and Yarra Yarra in Australia. Whether you’re in the game for the thrill, the strategy, the beauty, or even for the occasional hole-in-one, every hole described here has a story to tell, and a challenge for every golfer to master.
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