By Gene Sarazen
This candid autobiography of the legendary golfer gives a fine account of golf during the 1920s and 30s.
This is such an enjoyable read by one of golf’s true greats with one delightful story after another about Sarazen’s life in golf, which began as like many others in this time period as a caddie.
From his infamous double eagle at Augusta to his touching story with the elderly caddie Daniels and their win at The British, this book is jammed packed with golf told through the eyes of a man who played alongside the like of Vardon, Cotton, Armour, Snead, Hogan and Hagen, among others.
What a fascinating insight into not only this wonderful champion and his life, but the game itself. Expertly written with Herbert Warren Wind.
Afterword by Peter Ryde.