Golf's half-a-millennium history is filled with memorable events, remarkable achievements, and truly bizarre occurrences that likely will never be duplicated. These incredible moments are chronicled in Astonishing But True Golf Facts, a compendium of fascinating tidbits from golf's storied past. Golf enthusiasts will be amazed as they read of the high - and low - points of their beloved sport, such as the amateur golfer who beat odds of over a billion to one to score two holes in one during a single round, the inventor who plays with clubs made from the recycled metals of nuclear missiles, the tournament that was held up by a flock of crows, and the golf fan who was struck twice by errant drives during the 1996 U.S. Open. These true golfing stories are sure to be a source of inspiration, amusement, and astonishment to duffers and serious golfers everywhere.
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