Sand and Golf – How Terrain Shapes The Game

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  • Author:
    Waters, George
  • Contributors:
    • Doak, Tom
  • First edition:
    2013
  • ISBN:
    9781939621030

Synopsis

The book looks at what makes golf so unique on sandy terrain. The book identifies and explains the features makes possible the firm and fast game that is required to navigate these courses.

Similarities between courses across the world that share these characteristics are analyzed and compared.

The art and architecture of golf and sand are viewed from every angle. Britain features heavily with 24 courses from every corner of the British Isles.

Don't think for a moment its only about links golf either - St George's Hill, Sunningdale, Swinley Forest, and Ganton all make an appearance.


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You want to discover what makes golf so special when found on sandy terrain from perhaps the most informative voice on the matter.


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