Golf : A Very Peculiar History, Hardback Book

Golf : A Very Peculiar History Hardback

Part of the Very Peculiar History series

Description

When golfers first hit the green it certainly wasn't well-lawned and well-tended.

Players simply waltzed into the wilderness and took whatever sandtraps and water hazards nature could throw at them, thwacking those balls with good grace across the skyline.

Today golf is a grand and peaceful sport with a dash of high society about it.

But what happened in between? Golf, A Very Peculiar History takes a sideways look at one of this nation's greatest exports, tracing its history from the earliest ball-in-hole games right up to the scandals that rock its current celebrities and tournaments, with a fair few mulligans in between.

From its origins as a strictly men-only, exclusive sport, golf has matured a great deal through the ages and has distanced itself from the elitist pursuit it once was, today allowing players from all creeds and sexes.

This book takes a look at how these prejudices have (sometimes) been overcome.

Just remember, it's not always the caddie's fault...

Information

  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 192 pages, Illustrations, black and white
  • Publisher: Salariya Book Company Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: History: specific events & topics
  • ISBN: 9781907184758

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