- LEGENDS OF THE GAME - ARNOLD PALMER - THE KING
As the heroes advance from the post war era to the first of the more modern greats, the second great triumvirate dominated the golfing scene. Palmer, Player and Nicklaus.
- LEGENDS OF THE GAME. - JACK NICKLAUS
There are times in sport, when a personality surpasses the successes that are entered into the record books, and in the game of golf, that must surely be Jack Nicklaus. Jack could still draw the galleries, long after he had ceased to become a serious contender to win anything, other than the sheer admiration of fans from every generation.
- BUMP AND RUN - At the feet of the Masters
The title of this first class publication is motivated by the playing of links golf, and there could be nothing better. This a large volume, quite unusual in that is has it origins in Australia, and there are obviously many pieces which relate exclusively to the Antipodes, but in addition there are many facets of general interest and fascination for the golf enthusiast.
- RYDER CUP REVEALED by Ross Biddiscombe
This is the latest book by Ross Biddiscombe, a noted sports writer not only on golf but also on soccer and American football. Once again his detailed research and investigative journalism has led him to produce a fascinating read. Tackling the subject from a very different angle, he has defined his story by chapters, each of which is a good read of itself.
- LEGEND NO 2 - LEE ELDER
Sometimes a man of humble beginnings has an important role to play in his life, one that he cannot foresee in his youth. Such a man is Lee Elder, who was to become the first African American and the first coloured golfer to play in The Masters Tournament at Augusta National.
- Legends No 3 - The Gent Who Ruffled American Golf
If I asked the average golf fan to name a golfing legend from South Africa during the post war era, the majority would nominate a very young Gary Player, but there was a hero years before the mighty South African miniature hit the scene.
- PGA PRO'S MAJOR AMBITION FOR SOLHEIM CUP STAR
One of Europe's leading coaches is targeting major success for Solheim Cup star Melissa Reid. Dave Ridley, who has helped develop the 24-year-old's career, watched on proudly as she played her part in Europe's dramatic triumph against the United States at Killeen Castle, Ireland.