Written in 1933 and discovered 60 years later, "The Spirit of St. Andrews" reflects on the evolution of golf and the art of designing a course. MacKenzie shares his opinions on the great golf holes, great swings, and great players, including Walter Hagan, Gene Sarazen, and Bobby Jones.
Alister MacKenzie, one of golf's greatest architects, shares with you his insight on great holes, the golf swing, technology and equipment, maintenance, and the USGA. Truly a lost manuscript, 'The Spirit of St. Andrews' was written in 1933 and never published. Written in an elegant style, it is filled with great stories of Hage, Sarazen, Jones, and other friends of MacKenzie.
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