Pilgrims in the Rough: St Andrews beyond the 19th hole

Pilgrims in the Rough St Andrews beyond the th hole A funny and affectionate portrayal of the author s home town Combining tourist information with history humor and anecdote this is a book that will appeal to golfer and non golfer local and visito

  • Title: Pilgrims in the Rough: St Andrews beyond the 19th hole
  • Author: Michael Tobert
  • ISBN: 9780946487745
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • A funny and affectionate portrayal of the author s home town Combining tourist information with history, humor, and anecdote, this is a book that will appeal to golfer and non golfer, local and visitor, alike It features a detailed map of the course and low down from a regular St Andrews player The book also contains an informative guide to the attractions of the town,A funny and affectionate portrayal of the author s home town Combining tourist information with history, humor, and anecdote, this is a book that will appeal to golfer and non golfer, local and visitor, alike It features a detailed map of the course and low down from a regular St Andrews player The book also contains an informative guide to the attractions of the town, the best places to stay and eat It will even persuade the most jaded golf widow or widower that the town is worth a visit.

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    1. To read a book on golf is not an adventure most people would take on and enjy. Nonetheless I am recommending this book to everyone as not only a mental exploration into the roots of a game I love, but as a micro-history into how Scotland, the game of golf, and the world as we know it have progressed or digressed to their current state.Much in the genre of Guns, Germs, and Steel - this little known book takes a look at the forces of nature and humanity that literarly crashed a boat into Scotland, [...]

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