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The Greatest Game Ever Played by Mark Frost
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Aug 13, 2009

really liked it

I am not a fan of golf. In fact, I knew very little about it when I picked up this book. (Given to me by my golf loving father in law.) I must say I really enjoyed it. Mark Frost did a wonderful job of bringing his subjects to life. His retelling of the story and the times was masterful. To my surprise, reading the afterward that gave a summary of each featured golf player's life felt like a little bereavement. An interesting and fun read. Some of Mark Frost's descriptions were so colorful that I laughed aloud. Well done.

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