Fifty Places To Play Golf Before You Die
Life is more than work and sleep; there’s also golfing. Fifty Places to Play Golf Before You Die is a book sure to inspire some golf-related travel. Throughout this book, golfing pros, experts, and course architects delve into the best courses in the world. The book features gorgeous photographs and plenty of interesting information. After perusing this book, it might be high time to catch a flight and go where the golf clubs lead!
For both passionate golfers and armchair travelers, this gorgeous full-color book presents the world’s greatest golf venues, the personal favorites of renowned players, course architects, and other experts in the sport. From Ballyliffin, Ireland’s northernmost course, whose rumpled fairways wander along the North Sea in the shadows of Glashedy Rock, to New Zealand’s Cape Kidnappers, perched atop dramatic cliffs some 500 feet above the ocean, the book’s beautiful photographs capture the architecture, noteworthy holes, location, and ambiance that make these courses standouts for ardent golfers.
A brief history of each course, an experiential account-filled with local color-from the person recommending the venue, and trip-planning advice provide adventurous readers with all the information they need to chip and putt their way around the globe. A close-up look at golf’s top courses around the world, recommended by such experts as Nick Faldo and Christie Kerr (pro golfers), Pete Dye and Tom Doak (course architects), Brian McCallen (editor and author), and Donald Trump With breathtaking color photographs of each site, this is a great gift for avid golfers and armchair travelers alike