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Golf in the Lowcountry: An Extraordinary Journey Through Hilton Head Island & Savannah

By Joel Zuckerman

Brand: Saron Press Ltd
Hardcover (179 pages)

Golf in the Lowcountry: An Extraordinary Journey Through Hilton Head Island & Savannah
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Golf in the Lowcountry offers an intimate portrait of the game and its varied components in one of the world’s best-loved destinations, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia. Author Joel Zuckerman expounds on many of the area’s courses and characters, while insightful and amusing commentary on common golf situations all players have encountered.

The finest area courses are discussed in detail, accompanied by striking color photography. Famous, semi-familiar and everyday golfer are thoughtfully profiled and brought to life with vivid line illustrations by golf artist Brenda Turner.

Forward by world renowned architect, Rees Jones.

South Carolina Sports Legends (Images of Sports)

By Ernie Trubiano

Arcadia Publishing
Released: 2009-12-07
Paperback (128 pages)

South Carolina Sports Legends (Images of Sports)
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South Carolina Sports Legends celebrates the golden anniversary of the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame. Legendary figures include football luminaries Banks McFadden, Doc Blanchard, “Deacon” Jones, Steve Wadiak, and George Rogers; basketball hotshots Frank Selvy, John Roche, and Alex English; baseball stars Shoeless Joe Jackson, and Bobby Richardson; coaching giants John Heisman, Frank McGuire, Frank Howard, Danny Ford, and John McKissisck; NASCAR legends David Pearson and Cale Yarborough; boxing champion “Smokin’ Joe” Frazier; golfer Beth Daniel; Thoroughbred trainer Frank Whiteley; contributors Herman Helms and Bob Fulton; and barrier-breakers Althea Gibson, Lucille Godbold, and Willie Jeffries.

Doctor Golf

By William Price Fox

Univ of South Carolina Pr
Paperback (199 pages)

Doctor Golf
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Laugh-out-loud answers to life’s golfing questions.

Augusta and Aiken in Golf's Golden Age (GA) (Images of Sports)

By Stan Byrdy

Arcadia Publishing
Released: 2002-12-03
Paperback (128 pages)

Augusta  and  Aiken in Golf s Golden Age  (GA)   (Images of Sports)
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The game of golf got its start in the Southeastern United States in 1892 on four holes with sand greens at Palmetto Golf Club in Aiken, South Carolina. Within five years, Palmetto had expanded to eighteen holes and the first nine-hole course in neighboring Augusta, Georgia was designed at the Hotel Bon Air. For half a century, the Augusta-Aiken area flourished as the winter destination of choice for the rich, famous, and powerful in America. Presidents Taft, Harding, and Eisenhower vacationed here. Baseball great Ty Cobb bought a home in Augusta's quaint Summerville neighborhood. It was here that Bobby Jones began the improbable journey towards a Grand Slam, then built his dream golf course. By the turn of the century, winter tourism and grand resort hotels in the Augusta-Aiken area were well established. A favorable winter climate and easy rail access drew vacationers to Highland Park Hotel (1866), Willcox Hotel (1898), and Park in the Pines (1900) in Aiken; Hotel Bon Air (1890) and Partridge Inn (1913) in Augusta; and Hampton Terrace Hotel and Golf Club (1903) in North Augusta. Resorts in Florida and the growth of the air travel industry later coupled to mark the area's decline in winter tourism, but not before Augusta-Aiken's place in golf history was secure. In this unique volume, vintage images and accompanying text recall the unfo rgettable legends, the meticulously maintained courses, and all of the grandeur associated with the game.

Golfing the Carolina Grand Strand

By Tommy Woodrum

Brand: Pelican Publishing
Released: 1999-03-31
Hardcover (272 pages)

Golfing the Carolina Grand Strand
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His television show Grand Strand Golf
with Tommy Woodrum reaches more than 31 million homes twice a week from
Myrtle Beach to Pebble Beach. Now Woodrum brings his concise, accurate, and
highly regarded instruction and advice to print in the new, updated edition of
Golfing the Carolina Grand Strand .
No golfer can resist the temptation of the more than seventy-five golf
courses along the section of the Carolinas known as the Grand Strand. Offering
a variety of challenging holes designed by experts such as Pete Dye and
big-name tournament stars such as Jack Nicklaus, this stretch of land is a
paradise for professionals and amateurs alike.
Golfing the Carolina Grand Strand is a tour of the area's
courses, from the oldest at the Ocean Forest Club (now known as Pine Lakes
International) to the more recently developed and ever-growing list of places
to tee off. Readers will enjoy an abundance of golf information at their
fingertips. Course and slope ratings, information on designers, and helpful
hints from the resident professionals are all included.
From the links courses to greens that appeal to parkland players, the Grand
Strand offers a seemingly endless variety of courses from which to choose.
Golfing the Carolina Grand Strand helps pros, amateurs, and
beginners find the fairways and greens to challenge their mastery of the game.

Tommy Woodrum is a resident of the Grand Strand. His love for the game and
sports in general-from baseball to thoroughbred horse racing-has always been a
significant part of his life. Whether it's the annual family golf tournament,
or taking to the fairways with Grand Strand course designers, his interest has
been undying. He regularly vacations in Scotland, always looking for new
courses to test his playing skills. His broad knowledge of the game is the
basis for his nationally syndicated weekly television show as well as his
reports as a golf correspondent for the North Myrtle Beach Times . For
years, he has been mastering the courses and compiling the necessary
information to make Golfing the Carolina Grand Strand a thorough,
one-of-a-kind and thorough guide to some of the best greens in the South.



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