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“Read MASTERS & SUMMER; Avoid ROYAL”
ROYAL AND ANCIENT, story of the 1999 Open championship with some Open background, is not my first Curt Sampson read.I have also digested with much joy:THE LOST MASTERS, the story of the controversial 1968 Masters championship.andTHE ETERNAL SUM… Read more
“Grandeur And Goofiness In The Kingdom Of Golf”
Did Curt Sampson come to Carnoustie, Scotland in 1999 expecting to turn the British Open upside-down like he did Augusta National in “The Masters” If so, he was beaten to the punch by a genial Frenchman named Jean Van de Velde who gave golf’s … Read more
Only the very best writers can sustain drama when they’re recounting events whose outcome is already well-known–and who isn’t aware of Jean Van de Veld’s slow-motion deflation on the final hole at the 1999 British Open at Carnoustie, the culm… Read more
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