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Title : Lure of the Links: Great Golf Stories : An Anthology
Books Rank : 9086269
Publisher : Atlantic Monthly Pr
ISBN : 0871136856
Pages : 384
Type : Hardcover
Language : English
Label : Atlantic Monthly Pr
Creator : David Owen, Joan Bingham
Categories: History & Biography
Release : 1997-05-01
Price : £16.49 on amazon store
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“For most of us,” writes Owen in his introduction to Lure of the Links, “golf improves in retrospect.” So does much of the best writing on the game, and there’s plenty of good writing packed into this sweeping collection, which includes short stories by John Updike, profiles by Al Laney and Herbert Warren Wind, reportage by Dan Jenkins and Thomas Boswell, and a pair of essays by the incomparable Bernard Darwin. Golf may be the most elusive of all games to play well, but the angst and camaraderie it engenders has a way of conspiring to produce a sporting literature as grand as the vistas of Pebble Beach and as challenging as the Road Hole at St. Andrews.
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