Golf at the Water's Edge: How the Feds Target the Innocent

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An irresistible celebration of the seaside links of Scotland, with charming watercolor illustrations and a lively text. Golf had its origins in Scotland, and that country's beautiful but daunting terrain make the game very different from the cushy version played elsewhere. In Scotland golfers battle not only the willfulness of the ball but also the elements--sandy grounds with bristly gorse, unpredictable winds, and ocean-sized water hazards. Golf at the Water's Edge offers a delightful anecdotal history and tour of ...

Golf at the Water's Edge: How the Feds Target the Innocent 1997, Abbeville Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780789203236

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