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Augusta: Home of the Masters Tournament - Steve Eubanks, Tom Parker
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1997, ISBN: 0786115084

[SR: 5230731], Audio Cassette, [EAN: 9780786115082], Blackstone Audiobooks, English, English, English, Blackstone Audiobooks, Book, Blackstone Audiobooks, Blackstone Audiobooks, The Augusta Nat. Golf Club in eastern Georgia is an Amer. icon shrouded in intrigue, as exclusive as its prestigious Masters Tournament. Behind the memorable tournament play, however, resides a secretive & clannish club with a gentlemen-only membership of 300, incl. many of the most powerful CEOs & exec. in Amer. Augusta was co-founded more than 60 years ago by Bobby Jones, & Clifford Roberts. Here, Eubanks investigates the founding of the club & design of its golf course; the exclusion of African-Amer. Charlie Sifford; Augusta's relationship with CBS; & the Tiger Woods-Fuzzy Zoeller brouhaha of 1997. Also, the rise of Arnold Palmer, & the 1997 coronation of Tiger Woods, the first masters winner of African-Amer. heritage. B&W photos., When Augusta was first published in 1997, Steve Eubanks was summarily fired from his job as a club professional in Alabama. Given golf's tight fraternity, it's no surprise. With skillful and thorough reportage, he was the first to throw open, with detail, the dark corners of Augusta National's musty, humorless, arrogant closets. Augusta, updated to include Tiger Woods's masterful defeat of the course in 1997, chronicles the story of a private enclave of power, privilege, and prejudice that still seems to operate under the tight fist of co-founder Clifford Roberts more than 20 years after his suicide. Even so, the great tournament held on its grounds--the Masters--remains a true jewel in the international sporting crown. Eubanks is not afraid to juggle the apparent contradiction of cause and effect; in fact, it is his willingness to do just that that keeps Augusta several strokes under par., 17, Literature & Fiction, 9988, Books & Reading, 10016, British, 10399, Classics, 4465, Comic, 2159, Drama, 10141, Erotica, 10108, Essays, 16260301, Foreign Language Fiction, 10134, Genre Fiction, 10204, History & Criticism, 283060, Letters & Correspondence, 10132, Literary, 10248, Poetry, 10300, Short Stories, 9822, United States, 542654, Women's Fiction, 10311, World Literature, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 53, Nonfiction, 10503, Automotive, 11003, Crime & Criminals, 10546, Current Events, 2581, Economics, 10605, Education, 16260961, Foreign Language Nonfiction, 10753, Government, 10775, Holidays, 10777, Law, 11019, Philosophy, 11079, Politics, 11232, Social Sciences, 11934, Transportation, 11314, True Accounts, 11324, Urban Planning & Development, 11325, Women's Studies, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 16381, Golf, 26, Sports, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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[SR: 5230731], Audio Cassette, [EAN: 9780786115082], Blackstone Audiobooks, English, English, English, Blackstone Audiobooks, Book, Blackstone Audiobooks, Blackstone Audiobooks, The Augusta Nat. Golf Club in eastern Georgia is an Amer. icon shrouded in intrigue, as exclusive as its prestigious Masters Tournament. Behind the memorable tournament play, however, resides a secretive & clannish club with a gentlemen-only membership of 300, incl. many of the most powerful CEOs & exec. in Amer. Augusta was co-founded more than 60 years ago by Bobby Jones, & Clifford Roberts. Here, Eubanks investigates the founding of the club & design of its golf course; the exclusion of African-Amer. Charlie Sifford; Augusta's relationship with CBS; & the Tiger Woods-Fuzzy Zoeller brouhaha of 1997. Also, the rise of Arnold Palmer, & the 1997 coronation of Tiger Woods, the first masters winner of African-Amer. heritage. B&W photos., When Augusta was first published in 1997, Steve Eubanks was summarily fired from his job as a club professional in Alabama. Given golf's tight fraternity, it's no surprise. With skillful and thorough reportage, he was the first to throw open, with detail, the dark corners of Augusta National's musty, humorless, arrogant closets. Augusta, updated to include Tiger Woods's masterful defeat of the course in 1997, chronicles the story of a private enclave of power, privilege, and prejudice that still seems to operate under the tight fist of co-founder Clifford Roberts more than 20 years after his suicide. Even so, the great tournament held on its grounds--the Masters--remains a true jewel in the international sporting crown. Eubanks is not afraid to juggle the apparent contradiction of cause and effect; in fact, it is his willingness to do just that that keeps Augusta several strokes under par., 17, Literature & Fiction, 9988, Books & Reading, 10016, British, 10399, Classics, 4465, Comic, 2159, Drama, 10141, Erotica, 10108, Essays, 16260301, Foreign Language Fiction, 10134, Genre Fiction, 10204, History & Criticism, 283060, Letters & Correspondence, 10132, Literary, 10248, Poetry, 10300, Short Stories, 9822, United States, 542654, Women's Fiction, 10311, World Literature, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 53, Nonfiction, 10503, Automotive, 11003, Crime & Criminals, 10546, Current Events, 2581, Economics, 10605, Education, 16260961, Foreign Language Nonfiction, 10753, Government, 10775, Holidays, 10777, Law, 11019, Philosophy, 11079, Politics, 11232, Social Sciences, 11934, Transportation, 11314, True Accounts, 11324, Urban Planning & Development, 11325, Women's Studies, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 16381, Golf, 26, Sports, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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[SR: 5230731], Audio Cassette, [EAN: 9780786115082], Blackstone Audiobooks, English, English, English, Blackstone Audiobooks, Book, Blackstone Audiobooks, Blackstone Audiobooks, The Augusta Nat. Golf Club in eastern Georgia is an Amer. icon shrouded in intrigue, as exclusive as its prestigious Masters Tournament. Behind the memorable tournament play, however, resides a secretive & clannish club with a gentlemen-only membership of 300, incl. many of the most powerful CEOs & exec. in Amer. Augusta was co-founded more than 60 years ago by Bobby Jones, & Clifford Roberts. Here, Eubanks investigates the founding of the club & design of its golf course; the exclusion of African-Amer. Charlie Sifford; Augusta's relationship with CBS; & the Tiger Woods-Fuzzy Zoeller brouhaha of 1997. Also, the rise of Arnold Palmer, & the 1997 coronation of Tiger Woods, the first masters winner of African-Amer. heritage. B&W photos., When Augusta was first published in 1997, Steve Eubanks was summarily fired from his job as a club professional in Alabama. Given golf's tight fraternity, it's no surprise. With skillful and thorough reportage, he was the first to throw open, with detail, the dark corners of Augusta National's musty, humorless, arrogant closets. Augusta, updated to include Tiger Woods's masterful defeat of the course in 1997, chronicles the story of a private enclave of power, privilege, and prejudice that still seems to operate under the tight fist of co-founder Clifford Roberts more than 20 years after his suicide. Even so, the great tournament held on its grounds--the Masters--remains a true jewel in the international sporting crown. Eubanks is not afraid to juggle the apparent contradiction of cause and effect; in fact, it is his willingness to do just that that keeps Augusta several strokes under par., 17, Literature & Fiction, 9988, Books & Reading, 10016, British, 10399, Classics, 4465, Comic, 2159, Drama, 10141, Erotica, 10108, Essays, 16260301, Foreign Language Fiction, 10134, Genre Fiction, 10204, History & Criticism, 283060, Letters & Correspondence, 10132, Literary, 10248, Poetry, 10300, Short Stories, 9822, United States, 542654, Women's Fiction, 10311, World Literature, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 53, Nonfiction, 10503, Automotive, 11003, Crime & Criminals, 10546, Current Events, 2581, Economics, 10605, Education, 16260961, Foreign Language Nonfiction, 10753, Government, 10775, Holidays, 10777, Law, 11019, Philosophy, 11079, Politics, 11232, Social Sciences, 11934, Transportation, 11314, True Accounts, 11324, Urban Planning & Development, 11325, Women's Studies, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 16381, Golf, 26, Sports, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780786115082
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0786115084
Erscheinungsjahr: 1999
Herausgeber: BLACKSTONE AUDIO BOOKS
Gewicht: 0,367 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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