Curt Sampson is a former golf touring professional and bestselling author of several books, including the New York Times bestsellers The Masters and Hogan. He has written for Golf Digest, Golf magazine, Sports Illustrated, and Golf World, and has appeared frequently on golf history documentaries on CBS, HBO, ESPN, and the Golf Channel. He lives in Bristol, Texas.
Somehow I expected a bit more from this book. It actually made me realize the Ryder cup and its participants are taking the whole thing much too seriously...Published 21 months ago by mike in baltimore
Enjoyable book but not really anything in here that I wasn't aware of before. Would have loved to hear from more PGA officials as to why the tone was set and why they allowed it... Read morePublished 22 months ago by James R.
I remember watching the Ryder Cup that year and was really looking forward to re-living the excitement of those matches in the pages of the book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by John Donaher
Great book about the greatest team competition in the world. USA vs. Europe every second year is the pinnacle of team sports. But this year 91, was a bit different. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Norén Peter
A great read on so many levels. More than a story about golf. The personalities were very interesting as was the pressure one feels representing your country.Published 23 months ago by jello24