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Monographic Author(s):Dye, Alice; Shaw, Mark
Item is a:*Biography
*Book
Monograph:From Birdies to Bunkers: Discover How Golf Can Bring Love, Humor, and Success into Your Life, 2004.
Edition:First
# of Pages:206
Publishing Information:New York, New York: Harper Resource
Collation:xxxii, 174 pp.
Evaluative Review:Appears in Golfweek's SuperNews, 6(6) April 9, 2004, p. 17.
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Personal profile; Golf course architects; Multiple tees; Golf course design
Subjects' Names:Dye, Alice
Abstract:Presents stories regarding Alice and Pete Dye by Alice O'Neal Dye entailing her individual accomplishments along with their mutual achievements. Discusses Alice winning her first championship at the age of fourteen, and continuing throughout her career to become not only a champion woman golfer, but also a golf course architect along with her husband Pete.
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Subject Headings:
Dye, Alice; Golf course architects -- United States -- Biography; Women golfers -- United States -- Biography; Golfers -- Conduct of life
ISBN:0-06-052821-4
Language:English
References:0
Note:Pictures, b/w
Note:Includes foreword by Nancy Lopez
Note:Includes index; pp. 167-174
Annotation from
Golf Course Design, by Geoffrey S. Cornish and Michael J. Hurdzan:
"Scanning this book, one may conclude that it is a love story concerning course architects Alice and Pete Dye, a husband and wife team, in a field where that is not unusual. Each of the Dyes is a member of the ASGCA and a past president of that prestigious organization. Studying the book, one concludes that it is a remarkable autobiography by a remarkable person in a remarkable profession. Not incidentally, Alice and Pete's two sons, Perry and P.B., are members of the ASGCA and creative designers. Paul Crichton, senior publicist of HarperCollins says Dye has written the perfect gift book. We agree and add that it is an extra special contribution to the profession of course architecture." p. 67
Cornish & Hurdzan Ratings:D2; C2; H4; P4
See Also: Other items relating to: Golf Course Design books (recent)
 ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Dye, Alice. 2004. From Birdies to Bunkers: Discover How Golf Can Bring Love, Humor, and Success into Your Life. First. ed. xxxii, 174 pp. New York, New York: Harper Resource.
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