Here are literary classics by such golf-loving writers as P.
G. Wodehouse, Ring Lardner, and John Updike, mixed with surprises like an appearance by Ian Fleming's James Bond and a little crime on the links from mystery master Ian Rankin.
Humorists and sportswriters ranging from E. C. Bentley to Dan Jenkins and Rick Reilly weigh in as well, alongside a tale of romance on the greens from F.
Scott Fitzgerald, a little-known gem by famous golf architect A.
W. Tillinghast, and a story by Rex Lardner (Ring's nephew) that just may be the single funniest thing ever written about golf.
The resulting anthology is as enticing, provocative, and entertaining as the game of golf itself.