- Steel, Donald
Tom Simpson was a wealthy eccentric whose influence on golf and strategic design is being felt more now than ever before.
The book is the single source for much of the information available on Simpson today.
Fred Hawtree and Donald Steel's insight paints the picture of the man behind the mystique. Being pupils of Simpson peers, they recollect and piece together an engaging tale.
Quotes, excerpts from Simpson's writings and fantastic photography of his book of plans and sketches adorn the pages.
Read if . . .
You want the interesting backstory of one of golf's most underrated golf course architects.