Seve: Ryder Cup Hero Lauren St. John

ISBN: 9781558534896

Published: April 1st 1997

Hardcover

348 pages


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Seve: Ryder Cup Hero  by  Lauren St. John

Seve: Ryder Cup Hero by Lauren St. John
April 1st 1997 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 348 pages | ISBN: 9781558534896 | 10.14 Mb

Arguably one of the greatest golfers in the world, Seve Ballesteros was the youngest Masters Tournament champion in history, until Tiger Woods victory at Augusta in 1997. Seve takes an in-depth look at one of golfs most flamboyant enigmaticMoreArguably one of the greatest golfers in the world, Seve Ballesteros was the youngest Masters Tournament champion in history, until Tiger Woods victory at Augusta in 1997. Seve takes an in-depth look at one of golfs most flamboyant enigmatic characters.

Unlike other sports biographies, Seve follows Ballesteros from his impoverished childhood in Northern Spain, through his troubled and triumphant early career, to the more settled and self-actualized man that he is today. Seve not only focuses on the mans golf career, but also takes a hard look at the man himself. It covers his personal life, which author St John describes with unparalleled honesty and clarity.

First published in 1993 in Europe to critical acclaim, Seve has been extensively revised and updated for this American edition. Seve author, Lauren St John, is a golf correspondent for the London Sunday Times. She has traveled the world for almost a decade covering professional golf.

Golf Digests Ed Weathers says the golf correspondent for the London Sunday Times, St John, is a good, wide-ranging reporter, and goes on to compare Tiger Woods to the once dewy-eyed Lancelot greeting the dawn, Seve Ballesteros, and advises: Tiger, read this book.



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