Ben Hogan by Martin Davis
The Man Behind The Mystique

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Having been called the finest book on Ben Hogan ever published, this collection of writings about the famous linksman covers his entire golf life. The lead essay is by Valerie Hogan, written with Dave Anderson, the Pulitzer Prize winner of the New York Times, while Dan Jenkins, a noted golf writer and Hogan pal, provides another. Original commentary by Red Smith on Hogan’s 1950 U.S. Open win at Merion is included, as is his swing analysis by Jim McLean. Many of the 350-plus photos have never before been published.

 

About Martin Davis

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Davis created Sports Marketing Group, the largest publisher of specialty golf magazines in the country, and sold it to Times Mirror in 1989. He is a past president of the Metropolitan Golf Writers Association and a member of the Golf Collectors Society.
 
Published April 1, 2002 by The American Golfer. 160 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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Davis follows his pictorial history of Hogan (The Hogan Mystique) with this stunningly comprehensive, coffee-table book tribute to the legendary golfer who many consider the most misunderstood man in the sport.

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