The Lost Masters: Grace and Disgrace in '68

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Curt Sampson, golf professional turned golf writer, came to golf the old fashioned way as a caddie He looped for his father for a few years on summer Saturday s, then turned pro, in a manner of speaking, at age 12, as one of the scores of disheveled boys and men in the caddie pen at Lake Forest Country Club in Hudson, Ohio His golf game developed from sneaking on LFCC at twilight, an occasionall

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  • Hardcover
  • 251 pages
  • The Lost Masters: Grace and Disgrace in '68
  • Curt Sampson
  • English
  • 05 April 2019
  • 9780743470025

10 thoughts on “The Lost Masters: Grace and Disgrace in '68

  1. says:

    I have mixed feelings about this book It s a good story no doubt and certainly an interesting chapter in the history of The Masters notice the timing of when I read the book , but I felt the narrative had a bit of a slant to it throughout At times it read like a feature article in a magazine, as if it was transposed directly from an issue of Golf Digest, and at other times it felt like an opinion piece attacking the administration that presided over the tournament in 1968 Perhaps that s what the author meant to portray to keep the reader involved, almost like reading a modern historical account and a news article written a week after the tournament at the same time Regardless, the author did provide a lot of colorful stories about the characters involved and gave a true telling of the story, if not impartial.

  2. says:

    1968 had a lot of things happening even by mid April when this tournament begins Vietnam is escalating, LBJ just dropped out of the Presidential race and MLK was just killed This tourney should have been an escape from that craziness Unfortunatley it is marred by controversy This is an interesting look at this tourney in the context of the times it was played in and the characters involved in the mixed up ending Golf is truly a game about sportsmanship and this book illustrates that.

  3. says:

    Possibly my favourite Sampson novel An engaging story about how one small mistake can go on to define your whole career, golf is just like that Sampson describes golf shots and tournament play like no other

  4. says:

    loved it

  5. says:

    Interesting read in the description of the characters at the outset of the book, one would think that the situation would have reversed.

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