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Written by a key member of the European Team, this enthralling, deeply personal account of how the 2006 Ryder Cup was won at a record-equalling margin affords an unprecedented behind-the-scenes glimpse of the ultimate golf tournament. The day-by-day build-up to an intensely dramatic contest founded on fierce rivalry is described in a highly entertaining anecdotal style. With the author’s pen portraits of all the players who took part, a story stretching from hitting the first practice ball to hitting the bar during the emotional victory celebration, and a full history of the tournament, this is the definitive accompaniment to one of the greatest sporting events of recent years.
Darren Clarke is the author of Golf: The Mind Factor. He was the first European to win one of the World Golf Championships events and the only player to win the English Open three times.
|1 × 6 × 10 cm