By 1945, Byron Nelson had done something no other golfer has ever come close to duplicating: He won 11 PGA tournaments in a row, and he still holds the record for lowest scoring average in a year. Now the man credited with inventing the modern golf swing takes us back to the time when men like Snead, Hogan, Sarazen and Jones played the game. 16-page photo insert.

How I Played the Game 1994, Dell Publishing Company

ISBN-13: 9780440506379

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How I Played the Game 1993, Taylor Trade Publishing

ISBN-13: 9780878338191