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Ryder Cup Revealed

Ross Biddiscombe

Publisher: Dolman Scott Publishing

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Ryder Cup Revealed: Tales of the Unexpected is the previously-untold, behind-the-scenes story of golf’s most iconic team contest. The book reports on the commercial mysteries of the money and business; the political games and social mischief-making; the controversial actions and conflicting viewpoints; the ever-changing, sensitive relationship between the players, captains and teams.
 
Using new interviews, fresh insights, unique research and an alternative perspective, author Ross Biddiscombe debates and contextualises all nine decades of the Ryder Cup’s history. Plus, he provides dramatic forecasts on the future of the matches that have grown from being financial liability to one of the most successful stories in the whole of sport.

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