The Golden Age of Golf Design Geoff Shackelford

ISBN: 9781886947313

Published: July 21st 2005

Hardcover

210 pages


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The Golden Age of Golf Design  by  Geoff Shackelford

The Golden Age of Golf Design by Geoff Shackelford
July 21st 2005 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 210 pages | ISBN: 9781886947313 | 5.70 Mb

The years between 1910 and 1937 will always be known as the golden age of golf design. The reason is because many of the greatest course architects in the history of the game were all at work during this era, and a number of Americas most famousMoreThe years between 1910 and 1937 will always be known as the golden age of golf design.

The reason is because many of the greatest course architects in the history of the game were all at work during this era, and a number of Americas most famous layouts were created. Geoff Shackelfords The Golden Age of Golf Designis an insightful analysis of those revered courses and the talented men that designed them.

The list of architects working during the Golden Age is a Whos Who of golf -- including Ross, MacKenzie, Tillinghast, Crump, Raynor and Wilson. Incredibly, the layouts they built back then -- often with only bare hands and horses to do the work -- annually make up the majority of todays Top 100 Courses in America.



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