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Books about Real golf life

BB28403BB28403 Advanced Members Posts: 2,723
I am reading Bud,Sweat and Tees by Alan Shipnuck

It is a really good book looking inside the ropes.



Are there any more golf books from the human perspective out there? That are real.

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  • FergusonFerguson Advanced Members Posts: 4,226
    edited February 19
    Making Natural Golf Courses

    - Pete Moss
  • bigmoneypbigmoneyp Advanced Members Posts: 3,169 ✭✭
    I've never heard of this book. Thanks tho I'm gonna pick it up. Looking forward to hear about any others that are recommended.
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  • BB28403BB28403 Advanced Members Posts: 2,723
    Ferguson wrote:
    Making Natural Golf Courses

    - Pete Moss




    Thanks ferg



    I almost missed that title leafing through: How grass grows a autobiography of grass
  • HoosierMizunoHoosierMizuno Advanced Members Posts: 3,316 ✭✭
    BB28403 wrote:


    I am reading Bud,Sweat and Tees by Alan Shipnuck

    It is a really good book looking inside the ropes.



    Are there any more golf books from the human perspective out there? That are real.




    i really enjoyed 'paper tiger'
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  • highergr0undhighergr0und Advanced Members Posts: 10,131 ✭✭
    Paper Tiger is a great read about someone who dedicated a lot of time trying to make it. It's an amazing read for folks that wonder how hard it is to be successful in pursuing golfing dreams
  • golfandfishinggolfandfishing Advanced Members Posts: 3,346 ✭✭
    Into the Linksland is a good read. Doesn’t rely on sensationalist stuff like Who’s Your Caddie and other such recent elementary level writing that has come to be acceptable by publishers.
  • NolesNoles Advanced Members Posts: 1,416 ✭✭
    Thanks for the recommendations.
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