Thirty Years of Championship Golf

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Thirty Years of Championship Golf: The Life and Times of Gene Sarazen is a fascinating book that looks the remarkable career of one of the USA’s most enduring golfers.

The book was co-authored by Gene Sarazen and Herbert Warren Wind. Gene Sarazen, born in New York state, began his career as a caddie and went on to achieve significant success in golf. He won the American Open twice, the British Open, the PGA Championships three times, and the Masters. Additionally, he was elected an honorary member of the Royal and Ancient Club at St Andrews.

Herbert Warren Wind, an American sports writer, is renowned for his writings on golf. The book covers in detail all the significant sporting moments of Sarazen’s career, including his major victories and achievements which include one of only five golfers to achieve a career grand slam.

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The Life and Times of Gene Sarazen

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Sarazen, Gene, Wind, Herbert Warren

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Irish Interest

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6

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