The Midwest has a rich history of golf clubs, classic golf courses, and epic battles on the fairways. Charles Blair Macdonald and his pioneering work in and around Chicago are well known. But he was not alone. There were many other enthusiastic golfers in major cities like St. Louis, Milwaukee, Detroit, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Cincinnati, and Kansas City who created some of the region’s oldest and most respected clubs and built some of the country’s best golf courses. The clubs in this book bring together the great shapers of the earth during the golden age of golf course architecture.
A review by Michael M Thomas
Once upon a time, a properly put together gentleperson’s library would include a short shelf of erotica placed where the prying eyes and hands of the children couldn’t get at them. These would be finely printed and bound volumes representing many cultures, often splendidly, seductively illustrated, with titles like The Perfumed Garden and Memoirs of a Lady of Pleasure. Books to be savored alone or in very select company, delectations of forbidden pleasures to be enjoyed of an evening by the firelight with a fine old brandy or malt. Read more...
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