Open. Inside The Ropes At Bethpage Black

Feinstein John

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Cover Type: Hardcover
Book Condition: Fine
Jacket Condition: Fine
Publisher: Little, Brown And Co
Publisher Place: Boston
Publisher Year: 2003
Edition: First Edition

Description: 368 pages. Book and Jacket appear to have hardly been read and are both in Fine condition throughout.

Publishers Description: In June 2002, the US Open was played, for the first time in history, on a true public golf course. Bethpage State Park is owned by the state of New York, and no membership is required to play there. This is golf at its most populist, most pure - and most challenging. In what Tiger Woods himself would declare the most difficult national championship, Sergio Garcia, Phil Mickelson, Nick Faldo and the rest would, through days of rain and roughs, learn the hard way that while Bethpage may be open to the public, even for the pros the chance of winning can be closed off to mere mortals. The Bethpage course was so challenging that only one player finished under par; this was golf at its most intense. With unprecedented backstage access, John Feinstein finally removes the mystery shrouding golfs most famous event, unravelling how pairings are made; qualifiers; setting up the golf course; and all the complexities of bringing golfs most exclusive competition to a truly public setting. In fascinating detail, Feinstein takes readers through every step, every thorny hole, every bitter rivalry of one of golfs greatest tournaments.

ISBN: 9780316170031

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