Professional Golf 2014 provides a complete overview of men’s professional golf, covering every major tour worldwide, numerous developmental circuits, and more than 500 of the game’s top players. The volume is divided into three sections, with the first providing a comprehensive overview of the 2013 season, including extensive tournament records from each of the major tours and summaries of multiple developmental circuits. The second section previews the 2014 season in detail, with specific attention paid to profiling new players and events on the PGA and European PGA Tours, as well as providing our exclusive lists of the world’s top 50 players, top 100 under-24 prospects and top 25 players poised for breakout seasons. And finally, the third section profiles roughly 500 of the game’s top players individually, providing career perspective, records of tournaments won worldwide (both professional and amateur) and year-by-year results in Major championships, seasonal money lists and the year-end Official World Ranking. Also included are individual player ratings in key statistical categories, as well as our forecast for each player’s performance level in 2014. The only source of such information on a worldwide basis, Professional Golf 2014 is the ideal volume for fans, media and fantasy game players alike.Über den Autor:
A former golf professional, Daniel Wexler is one of America's leading golf historians and writers, having authored several prominent books on a wide range of golfing subjects, including The Missing Links: America’s Greatest Lost Golf Courses and Holes, The Book of Golfers: A Biographical History of the Royal & Ancient Game and The Golfer's Library: A Reader's Guide to Three Centuries of Golf Literature. Also a researcher for ESPN, and previously for Golf Channel, he has written for Golf World, the Los Angeles Times, ESPN.com and Links Magazine, and served as co-editor of Sports Media Group’s Rare Golf Book Collection. Daniel resides in Los Angeles and can be contacted via his website, www.danielwexler.com.
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