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Golf List Mania!: The Most Authoritative and Opinionated Rankings of the Best and Worst of the Game Paperback – April 26, 2011
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“…a variety of both humorous and creative golf lists and rankings…the book provides an entertaining and vast array of over 100 lists describing the good, bad, and ugly of golf.”
“GOLF LIST MANIA! by Leonard Shapiro and Ed Sherman is an informative, comprehensive, and often times hilarious new book …GOLF LIST MANIA! is a celebration of golf…If you are a stat junkie like myself, or if you simply hold strong opinions on who were the best and who were the rest in professional golf, GOLF LIST MANIA! is the perfect book to keep on your mantle, coffee table, or inside your golf bag just in case. If nothing else, you will have an incredible amount of knowledge ammunition to take with you to the 19th hole following your next round with friends.”
“Leonard Shapiro and Ed Sherman have done a great job of putting together a golf book with lists for everyone who’s picked up a golf club and has felt the pleasure of a perfectly struck iron shot.”
“As soon as I found out I was getting a copy of Leonard Shapiro and Ed Sherman's "Golf List Mania!" I began to schvitz in excitement. Besides it being a future 19th hole and coffee table staple, this book offers up (as they perfectly denote), ‘The Most Authoritative and Opinionated Rankings of the Best and Worst of the Game.’”
“An entertaining and informative book of original golf lists about the players, events and moments that have shaped the game.”
“If you like golf and you enjoy rankings, you will want to grab a copy of Golf List Mania.”
About the Author
Ed Sherman was a sportswriter for the Chicago Tribune for 27 years, has a golf blog on Crain's Chicago Business, and hosts "The Scorecard," on WCSR-AM 670 in Chicago. He lives in Chicago, Illinois.