Posts Tagged ‘Seve Ballesteros’

Peraleja Golf | Blog Justteetimes

Jul 24th
2016

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Buenavista Golf Course | Blog Justteetimes

Apr 10th
2016

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Royal Obidos | Blog Justteetimes

Mar 13th
2016

Seve Ballesteros, designer of the Royal Óbidos golf course promised golfers “a great and wonderful place” and indeed he kept his promise. Set in a beautiful

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Alhaurin Golf | Blog Justteetimes

Jul 26th
2015

Alhaurin Golf | Blog Justteetimes.

Club de Golf Oliva Nova | Blog Justteetimes

Jun 21st
2015

Club de Golf Oliva Nova | Blog Justteetimes.

Novo Sancti Petri Mar y Pinos | Blog Justteetimes

Mar 22nd
2015

Novo Sancti Petri Mar y Pinos | Blog Justteetimes.

Novo Sancti Petri Centro « Blog Justteetimes

Dec 21st
2014

 

Novo Sancti Petri Centro « Blog Justteetimes.

Peraleja Golf « Blog Justteetimes

Sep 7th
2014

 

Peraleja Golf « Blog Justteetimes.

Royal Obidos « Blog Justteetimes

Dec 29th
2013

Royal Obidos « Blog Justteetimes.

Golf Books #118 (Arnie, Seve, and a Fleck of Golf History: Heroes, Underdogs, Courses, and Championships)

Nov 5th
2013

In a long, award-winning career writing about golf, Bill Fields has sought out the most interesting stories—not just those featuring big winners and losers, but the ones that get at the very character of the game. Collected here, his pieces offer an intriguing portrait of golf over the past century.

The legends are here in vivid profiles of such familiar figures as Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, Mickey Wright, and Tiger Woods. But so are lesser-known golfers, like John Schlee, Billy Joe Patton, and Bert Yancey, whose tales are no less compelling.

The book is filled with colourful moments and perceptive observations about golf greats ranging from the first American-born U.S. Open champion, Johnny McDermott, to Seve Ballesteros, the Spaniard who led Europe’s resurgence in the game in the late twentieth century. Fields gives us golf writing at its finest, capturing the game’s larger dramas and finer details, its personalities and its enduring appeal.

June 1, 2014 (source)

About the Author

A senior editor at Golf World magazine, Bill Fields is a four-time winner of the Golf Writers Association of America’s annual writing contest. His work has also appeared in Golf Digest, the New York Times, and The Best American Sports Writing.