Robert Kroeger lives with his wife and children in Cincinnati. When he is not practicing dentistry, playing golf, running marathons, or spending time with his family, he writes about the history and traditions of golf. A former U.S. Navy lieutenant commander, he is three-time club champion of Kenwood Country Club in Cincinnati. He has qualified for and played in two USGA Senior Amateur championships and he belongs to Royal North Devon Golf Club at Westward Ho!, the oldest seaside course in England. A former member of Royal Dornoch, he enjoys playing seaside links courses. A member of the Golf Collectors Society, he enjoys researching the history of the game. Having played on over 300 courses in the British Isles and Ireland, Kroeger has written five other books on Scottish golf: To The 14th Tee, The Links of Wales, The Golf Courses of Old Tom Morris, Golf on the Links of Ireland, and Complete Guide to the Golf Courses of Scotland, a book that emphasizes the fun in playing the lesser known gems in the Kingdom. Autographed copies of these books as well as a newsletter on British and Irish golf is available at www.niblickgolf.com.
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