A Game of Golf

An eloquent memoir

This eloquent memoir by Francis Ouimet not only tells the story of the highest level of competition during American Golf's golden age. It is a truly revealing look at Francis Ouimet himself, and after reading this book you will appreciate even more this corner stone to the foundation of golf in America.

From page 44....." ( USGA President) Watson was seeking a good amateur entry. He thought I should enter. I argued with him about the folly of such a thing...."

1913 US Open

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