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Bernard Darwin on Golf (Paperback)

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Bernard Darwin could easily have settled into a privileged life as a respected lawyer, one who also just happened to be the grandson of Charles Darwin. But his conventional upbringing didn't prevent him from choosing a different path, abandoning the relative security of the legal profession to follow his first and only passion - the game of golf. While Darwin was no slouch on the links - he was captain of his golf team at Cambridge and twice reached the semifinals of the British Amateur Championships - he achieved far greater notoriety with his pen than with his club. This collection gathers the finest of Darwin's writing, and is a celebration of a life devoted to a love of the game of golf.

BiographyBiography: generalBiography: sportSport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationGolf Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publication Date: 01/12/2004 ISBN-13: 9781592286287  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Bernard Darwin was the golf game's most revered writer. He was a prominent authorityon Charles Dickens and was the editor of T"he Oxford Dictionary of Quotations." Jeff Silverman, a former columnist for the "Los Angeles Herald Examine"r, haswritten for "The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times," and several national magazines.He is also editor of "The Greatest Baseball Stories Ever Told, Classic Baseball""Stories, Lardner on Baseball, The Greatest Golf Stories Ever Told, Classic Golf Stories, "and "The Greatest Boxing Stories Ever Told."

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