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When war played through

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Gotham Books
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Cover of: When War Played Through
When War Played Through: Golf During World War II
October 19, 2006, Gotham
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Cover of: When war played through
When war played through: golf during World War II
2005, Gotham Books
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Table of Contents

Golf on a day of infamy : the Pearl Harbor attack
It's your duty to play more golf : the game's first response
War comes to Augusta : the 1942 Masters and PGA Championship
A medal for Hogan : the Hale America Open
The grass is not greener : the clubs and the war
Autumn leaves and a Spalding dot : shortages hit golf
Hunkering down : an elite sport comes under attack
Eisenhower and Jones : warriors
A call to serve : the pros go to war
Good enough to play with Snead and Nelson : Burke and Bourisseau
Stalag golf : POWs play through
D-Day : golf and Operation Overlord
Soldiering on, hole by hole : golf keeps up the fight
A game's resilience : golf rebounds
Ben who? and Lord Byron : the greatest streak in golf history
The greatest boom of all time : golf moves from the war zones to home
Worthy champions: the Masters resumes.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
796.352/0973/09044
Library of Congress
GV963 .S77 2005

The Physical Object

Pagination
p. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3398013M
Internet Archive
whenwarplayedthr00stre
ISBN 10
1592401546
LCCN
2005011228
Library Thing
1967050
Goodreads
4086604

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The rising sun was a reliable ally for off-duty sailors and soldiers looking for the weather to cooperate with their golf habits.
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