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Game I Love
Short of actually inventing the sport, Sam Snead has done more for golf than anyone else who ever swung a club. Over the course of a spectacular career that began in 1936--Snead, now eighty-five, still swings like a champion--the man who has won more tournaments than any golfer in history not only perfected the playing of the game, but helped make it an American ...more
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published September 30th 1997 by Ballantine Books
(first published September 23rd 1997)
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Anecdotes and lessons from the life of Sam Snead make this a light, quick, and entertaining book to read. It is excellent for anyone that enjoys golf, its history, or just some plain old good story-telling. If you really want to read about his life, get his autobiography, THE EDUCATION OF A GOLFER published about 1960. Most of the stories from this book are given in greater detail in the autobiography.