THE MASTERS by Tom Flaherty

THE MASTERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

From 1934 thorough 1960, year by year, these accounts follow the ""richest tournament of them all"", the Masters, played on the Augusta National Course, and result in a single-line history of golf and topflight golfers. They develop, in the details of each year's games, the reason why this golfing event means so much to so many,- the beauty and challenges of the course, the enthusiasm and good manners of the spectators and the quality of play -- and players. The ""greats"" who have earned the right to be there and are therefore invited to compete are all here, in their triumphs as well as in their defeats; there are anxious moments of play and the building of the Masters ""tradition""; there are the purses won and the new names that have come along; and this review of golf's focal point should be a natural for those for whom the game and its masters are of enduring interest.

Pub Date: April 10th, 1961
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart & Winston