The Professional Golfer’s Association of America (P.G.A.) founded the first National Golf Month in August 1993 to promote golf as a family-friendly and inclusive sport that could be accessible to all ages, genders, and skill levels.
With the 2022 FedEx Cup Playoffs starting this past weekend, the 2021-2022 tour is soon coming to a close. We know you will be craving more golf and in celebration of National Golf Month we’ve created a reading list of un-fore-gettable titles!
Tee up a new read this month with these books:
- The Immortal Bobby by Ron Rapoport
- The Masters by David Sowell
- The Hole Truth by Bill Felber
- Playing Through by Jim Moriarty
- Arnie, Seve, and a Fleck of Golf History by Bill Fields with Foreword by Ben Crenshaw
- The Poetics of Gold by Andy Brumer
- Wide Open Fairways by Bradley S. Klein
- The Kingdom of Gold in America by Richard J Moss
- Out of the Bunker and into the Trees, or the Secret of High-Tension Gold by Rex Lardner
- Straight Down the Middle by Josh Karp
- King of Clubs by Jim Ducibella
- Brassies, Mashies, and Bootleg Scotch by Bill Kilpatrick
- Let There Be Pebble by Zacharay Michael Jack
- Pull Up a Chair by Curt Smith
- Heroes and Ballyhoo by Michael K Bohn
For further reading, check out our Sports, Media and Society series!