The Greatest Game Ever Played - Mark Frost


Paperback

£1.50

Before 1913, golf had been a minority sport in the US. A British import, it was a game dominated by its creators, and none more so than Harry Vardon, multiple Open champion and ‘King of Clubs’. Twenty-three years his junior, Francis Ouimet had developed a love for the game despite his father’s fierce disapproval. His part in the 1913 US Open was meant to be as a spectator, but after a strong performance at the National Amateur Championships the powers that be insisted he compete.

Amateur versus Professional. Novice versus master. Local boy versus all-conquering hero. Britain versus America. No one gave Ouimet a chance. But as the tournament went on, and his galleries got bigger, people began to think the unthinkable

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The Greatest Game Ever Played: Vardon, Ouimet and the birth of modern golf by Mark Frost

In a very good condition. No creasing to the spine. There is the remains of a sticker on the back cover and a slight dent to the top cover. See photos for more details.

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Weight 339 g
Dimensions 19.5 × 12.7 × 2.8 cm
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Paperback

Writer

Mark Frost