Follow The Wind by Bo Links

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In a golfing Valhalla called The Club, the greatest players of the past, including the likes of Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones, Tom Morris, even Bing Crosby, gather to relive old glory--or confront inner demons--in a beguiling, evocative fantasy that does for golf what Shoeless Joe did for baseball.

About Bo Links

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Bo Links is an attorney and an avid golfer and photographer. His pictures have been published in various magazines, including "Golf Journal" and "GolfWeek". He lives in Mill Valley, California.
Published January 1, 1995 by Simon & Schuster. 256 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Here most of golf's legends--from 19th-century Scottish champions Tom Morris and his son to famed course architect Alistair MacKenzie to 1920s and '30s star Bobby Jones, not to mention Bing Crosby--are happily frozen in time, each one playing at their peak and on the course of their choice, all o...

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Attorney Links's first novel is a sports fantasy concerning a mythical golf course that hosts all the greats in the history of the game.

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