This is a wonderful story of a classic match in 1956 between the two leading amateurs and two leading professionals of the game.
It provides a wealth of historical information about the players, the longtime relationship between amateurs and professionals, the history of Cypress Point and other world-famous golf courses and much much more. Highly recommended!
George MacDonald Fraser's Flashman series is like Ian Fleming's James Bond series, only better. He reminds me in some ways of Kipling in his story telling ability. It is a pleasure listening to the way Fraser can take a simple incident and present it with elegance, suspense and humor. And David Case's reading complements this perfectly.
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