“It is the constant and undying hope for improvement that makes golf so exquisitely worth playing.” – Bernard Darwin
Whether you’re sneaking off to play a quick 9, or spending a day at the links, there’s just something about golf that keeps pulling you back. Bernard Darwin knew just that. The father of golf journalism, his playful and unassuming books and articles were a mainstay of the golf world in the first half of the 20th century as the game’s popularity grew. In Juniper Books’ Golf Club Set, players and fans will have the chance to read three of his best, as well as great golf fiction from renowned humorist P. G. Wodehouse, along with the true story of participatory journalist George Plimpton attempting a month on the PGA Tour, and the recollections of golf legend Gene Sarazen in his autobiography. Custom jackets bring the look of vintage clubhouse posters to your bookshelf. All book in the set are hardcover editions published by Classics of Golf.
Mostly Golf: A Bernard Darwin Anthology ed. Peter Ryde