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The New York Times History of Golf

This is the personalized book of New York Time articles that focus on golf throughout the years. Procured from the archives of The Times, each book presents highlights from the careers of golf legends such as Bobby Jones, the first man to win a grand slam and Sam Snead, who won a record 82 PGA events. The book also chronicles Arnold Palmer, who is credited as the golf ‘s biggest ambassador, bringing the sport to the common man. Female fans can track the career of Nancy Lopez, who won 48 LPGA events including three majors. Not be overlooked is Tiger Woods, the phenom who after winning three junior championships, dominated the game for years to come. Other “Green Jacket” champions are covered as well including Jack Nicklaus, Phil Mickelson, and Bubba Watson. The bound book displays the recipient’s name and “The New York Times History of Golf” stamped in gold on the blue leatherette cover. Specify the recipient’s name (up to 24 characters). Each book has approximately 80 pages printed in black and white on off-white paper. Not available for shipment to P.O. boxes or outside the contiguous United States. Hardcover. 15”L x 1 1/2”W x 1/2”D. (4 lbs.)

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