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The Masters: 101 Reasons to Love Golf's Greatest Tournament Hardcover – April 1, 2008
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This book is Ron Green,Sr.'s gift to the Masters as the Masters is Augusta National's (Bobby Jones' and Clifford Roberts')gift to golf.
It is lovingly and caringly written and is a fitting tribute to golf's greatest tournament, the last of the truly great sporting events, an event dedicated to the game, to the sport, and not to commercialism.
In word and in striking pictures, it is a warm, caring tribute to all that Joness/Roberts and Augusta National hold dear.
For those who love and revere the Masters --and what golf fan doesn't--this book is not only a must read, but a must have. It is keeper....
The spirit and traditon of the Masters is probably captured best in Green's last reason (101) for loving "golf's greatest tournament: "Encore, Forever--When the last putt has dropped and the sun is setting on Masters Sunday, any sense of loss is tempered by the knowledge that they're going to do it again next year, same time, same place, same azaleas, same pines, same hills and valleys, same aura. It's a nice thought..."
That it is, Ron, that it is...and you have given us a very nice to commemorate the tournament, the event, the aura.
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the content is a bit light as expected - but still a quick and fun read. The author has seen a ton at Augusta.Published on October 16, 2013 by D. R. Hicks
liked the many picfures and beautiful way the book was laid out,it was well worth the money.i liked the book very much.Published on June 28, 2013 by DANIEL VOLPERT
Nice looking book with some great pictures but nothing that I had not seen before.
A good looking coffee table book at best. Read more