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The Greatest Game Ever Played: Harry Vardon, Francis Ouimet, and the Birth of Modern Golf

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THE GREATEST GAME EVER PLAYED is actually the story of Francis Ouimet and also Harry Vardon, that in undertaking of their enthusiasm because of a game that spellbinded them as youngsters, broke inflexible social obstacles that created their sport easily accessible to everybody on both sides of the Atlantic and also past, setting up golfing being one of the best largely played video games in the world. Ouimet and also Vardon were actually two men coming from a wide range of ages and also extremely a wide range of corners of the globe whose way of lives, unbeknownst to them during the time, carried impressive resemblances, establishing them on parallel paths that led along with a type of fated certainty to their legendary fight at Brookline ages down the road. This wreck resulted in the major bang' that caused the sport of golfing as we understand it today.For Mark Frost,
Francis Ouimet and also Harry Vardon embody every little thing that's right about sporting activities as a whole and also athletes in particular; gents, champions, instructors, innovators, and also each in their personal relaxed means, heroes. In THE GREATEST GAME EVER PLAYED, Frost seeks to make penetrating researches of both of these men, in addition to over lots of the video game's seminal physiques, within the dramatic framework delivered by competition when they finally complied with, one of the best exciting sporting activities contests in history, the 1913 UNITED STATE Open.

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