(EBOOK/EPUB) Augusta author Steve Eubanks


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summary Augusta author Steve Eubanks 108 Every April millions of people around the world tune in to watch the Masters Tournament held at the Augusta Natioinal Golf Club in eastern Georgia one of America's most beautiful courses But behind the spectacular scenery and memorable tournament play is a highly exclusive and controversial club with a membership that includes three hundred of the most powerful and influential men in America In the first authori.

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summary Augusta author Steve Eubanks 108 Ative look inside the gates author Steve Eubanks reveals the fascinating and often turbulent history of the Augusta National Golf Clulb from its founding in the 1930s by the legendary Bobby Jones and Wall Street investor Cliff Roberts to its meteoric rise as home to America's favorite tournament Despite the determined silence of all its members past and present Eubanks penetrates Augusta National's carefully cul.

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summary Augusta author Steve Eubanks 108 Tivated image offers dozens of insights and shares numberous untold stories With over forty photos of the legendary players on the greens as well as the players behind the scenes Eubanks also captures some of the greatest golf moments in history A new chapter on the 1997 Masters where Tiger Woods crushed the competeition and scalpers charged up to 10000 per ticket makes Augusta essential reading for every golf f.

  • Hardcover
  • 304
  • Augusta author Steve Eubanks
  • Steve Eubanks
  • English
  • 13 October 2020
  • 9781558535756