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Tag: Golf Books

Summer at Tangents - Golf Novel Review

Those who like a good read when relaxing off the course should check out Summer at Tangents, the latest novel by well known golf writer Roderick Easdale. Golfshake's Travel Editor Andy Waple has reviewed it for us. read more ...

Tom Williamson, The Complete Golf Professional - Book Review

Golfshake Ambassador Andy Picken reviews Tom Williamson, The Complete Golf Professional by Nick Jones, a book that profiles the father of golf in the Midlands and celebrates one of the most important and underappreciated figures in the game. read more ...

The Uncorrupted Pleasure Of An Old Bladed Putter Book Review

The ideal Christmas gift for a golfer in your life, The Uncorrupted Pleasure Of An Old Bladed Putter: A Collection Of Golfing Fables by James Ellis-Caird is reviewed by Golfshake Ambassador Andy Picken. read more ...

Review of The Long Golden Afternoon by Stephen Proctor

The Long Golden Afternoon is the latest book by journalist and golf historian Stephen Proctor, chronicling the development of the game between the period of 1864 and 1914, an era referred to as the Age of Glory. Golfshake's Andy Picken - a keen student of golf history - has read and reviewed this new piece of work for us. read more ...

More Golf Books to Read During Lockdown

Facing lockdown and more time spent at home, many golfers will be missing the opportunity to visit their beloved courses, but that doesn't mean you can't stay engaged with the game. This is a great chance to read a variety of golf-related books. We have selected another ten for your consideration, including reads on golf courses, instruction, and some of the most legendary figures in history. read more ...

The Golf Lover's Guide to Scotland Book Review

Golf travel/course guides can be difficult to get right, but Will Trinkwon thinks that Michael Whitehead has found a winning combination in his recently published The Golf Lover's Guide to Scotland. read more ...

Bring Me the Head of Sergio Garcia Book Review

Chronicling freelance journalist Tom Cox's disastrous year-long stint as a professional golfer, Bring Me the Head of Sergio Garcia has been hailed as "one of the funniest books on golf ever written". Will Trinkwon checks out what all the fuss is about.  read more ...

Seve: Golf's Flawed Genius Book Review

What is the cost of excellence? This is the question that sports writer Robert Green poses, in 282 pages of punchy and innervating prose. Green’s subject is the legend, the golfer, and finally, the man, that we mere sporting mortals know as Seve. Will Trinkwon reviews his account, exploring the dark side of Ballesteros.  read more ...

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