FAIRWAY CHALLENGE by Jackson Scholz

FAIRWAY CHALLENGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Golf enthusiasts will be delighted with this book, which traces Gary Sannon's first year of tournament golf. As in Jackson Scholz's many other sports novels (Dugout Tycoon) the body of the book is centered around analytical, play-by-play accounts of games. The incidental plot deals with Gary's emotions in finding himself in the big leagues of golf, his problem in deciding whether to stick with his sporting career or to become a musician, his difficulties with a jealous competitor. Golf stories are few and this one provides a great deal of insight into this complicated sport.

Pub Date: Sept. 9th, 1964
Publisher: orrow