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Bobby Jones and the Quest for the Grand Slamby Catherine M. Lewis
Synopses & Reviews
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of Bobby Jones' miraculous feat of being the only golfer to capture the Grand Slam comes the most detailed and complete examinations ever on that magical 1930 season. Offering fans and historians every perspective of that Grand Slam season, Lewis delves into the key figures who helped mold Jones' game and mystique, as well as the locations of the rounds and the lasting impression the 'gentleman golfer' left on the game he loved so much.
The newly updated version of the phenomally detailed examination of the legend's career and life is augmented with a brand new DVD with exclusive museum archival footage in a specially produced documentary.
About the Author
Catherine M. Lewis has been the curator of a dozen golf-related exhibitions as the special projects coordinator for the Atlanta History Center. She is an associate professor of history at Kennesaw State University. Jack Nicklaus is a professional golfer who won 18 major PGA championship and is widely regarded as the greatest golfer of all time. Dr. Robert Tyre Jones IV is the grandson of the legendary golfer Bobby Jones.
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