A one-of-a-kind, full-color interactive history of golf. Veteran golf writer and commentator Jaime Diaz tees off at St. Andrews, Scotland, where the game of golf was born, and takes readers on a wonderful tour of golf’s history and culture. Includes profiles of Ben Hogan, Sam Snead and Byron Nelson; the evolution of the golf club and other equipment; golf fashion and etiquette; the Arnold Palmer-Jack Nicklaus rivalry; the great courses and their designers; and Tiger Woods and today’s big golf boom. Imaginative interactive items like facsimiles of the original course map of St. Andrews, the famous scorecard documenting the 1962 Palmer/Nicklaus face- off at Oakmont, and other memorabilia of the game is featured in this must-have for all golf fans. Length: 31 pages.