Craig Morrison con The Meaning of Golf
Reseña del editor Thoughtful and amusing. An excellent read and a wonderful gift. The Meaning of Golf is original and enjoyable. Taking a sideways look at golfers from President Trump to Seve Ballesteros, Tiger Woods and Old Tom Morris, and ranging across the US, the British Isles and far beyond, The Meaning of Golf investigates the essence of the game, what makes it so attractive and so addictive. Its 18 chapters are a series of short studies, entertaining travelogues and meetings with the game's greatest players, teachers and course architects, as well as other less famous, but no less brilliant, golf aficionados. It’s not schmaltzy and saccharine, nor full of tired golfing anecdotes. Rather, it's authentic and absorbing, from the interview with Tom Watson in the opening chapter, to engaging characters golfing on the Scottish linksland and a global elite found schmoozing at Augusta National. Golf Monthly Magazine describes it as 'funny, observant and insightful, a tremendous job.' Craig Morrison is the author of 18 Greatest Scottish Golf Holes as well as 18 Greatest Irish Golf Holes. New York Magazine calls them 'the most beautiful golf books in the world.' The Wall Street Journal says they are 'superb' and Forbes Magazine describes them as 'instantly collectible works of art.' Craig Morrison contributes to Golf Magazine and other international titles.