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The Majors

In Pursuit of Golf's Holy Grail

by John Feinstein

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The Majors by John Feinstein
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    Mar 1999, 472 pages
    Aug 2000, 255 pages

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Eli Asch
In The Majors Feinstein tell the history, politics, and tradition behind golf's four most important tournaments. A joy to read for golf fans, fanatics, and even for those who just flip through the channels and happen to stumble upon the Senior Tour Championship.
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