Golf Course Of Rhymes: Links Between Golf and Poetry
This book is about golf and golf history illustrated with poetry. It was written with help from poet-golfers, most from earlier times, such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir John Betjeman, Charles - Chick Evans, Rudyard Kipling, Ring Lardner and Grantland Rice. The book is laid out like a golf course with chapters such as St. Andrews, Agonies and Frustrations, Advice, Politics and War, Links with the Devil, and The Women’s Game. The text and poems provide humorous pieces, historical vignettes and personal accounts that will touch the hearts and minds of golfers universally. Much of the poetry comes from books and magazines published in the U.S., England and Scotland before 1930. The book makes a perfect gift for the ardent golfer. In his foreword, Robert Trent Jones Jr. describes Golf Course of Rhymes as - the best round of golf you will ever play without swinging a club. (Paperback) 212 pages.
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