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Snead, Sam, 1912-2002. Golf Digest/Tennis ; New York, . Distribution by Simon & Schuster. Text cut off in gutter. The papers of this book made it reflective when scanned.
Snead, Sam, 1912-2002. Golf - Betting - United States, Golf - Betting, United States. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Kahle/Austin Foundation.
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In 1986, Snead wrote the book, Pigeons, marks, hustlers and other golf bettors you can beat. Sam Snead's How to play golf, and professional tips on improving your score. In 1997, at age 85, he shot a round of 78 at the Old White course of The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. In 1998, he received the PGA Tour Lifetime Achievement Award, the fourth person to be so honored. Also, rules of the game of golf, as approved by the United States Golf Association, and by the Royal and ancient golf club of St. Andrews. Garden City, New York: Garden City Publishing.
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Book Description Golf Digest, 1986.
ISBN 10: 0394561945 ISBN 13: 9780394561943 Publisher: Golf Digest, 1986 Hardcover. Customers who bought this item also bought. 1. Snead, Sam, Tarde, Jerry. Published by Golf Digest (1986). ISBN 10: 0671540734 ISBN 13: 9780671540739. Book Description Golf Digest, 1986.
In Pigeons, Marks, Hustlers, and Other Golf Bettors You Can Beat, Sam Snead warns golfers to. .From the Forties well into the Seventies, whenever golf hustlers arrived in Dallas they invariably asked two questions: How do I get to Tenison Park? and Where can I find Dick Martin?
In Pigeons, Marks, Hustlers, and Other Golf Bettors You Can Beat, Sam Snead warns golfers to be wary of betting with anyone whose left hand has callouses at the base of the ring and little fingers. Martin’s left hand is calloused there. His hands are also incongruously large for a man no more than 5-foot-5 and 140 pounds, having been built up by gripping golf clubs each day for the past six decades. From the Forties well into the Seventies, whenever golf hustlers arrived in Dallas they invariably asked two questions: How do I get to Tenison Park? and Where can I find Dick Martin? The answer was simple.
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