In honor of National Golf Month in August, I have the perfect list of books to help you learn everything you always wanted to know about golf! You can learn about the history of the sport, the greatest players, and how to improve your game with skills, tips, & tricks. There’s an encyclopedia of golf, dictionary of golf terms, rules of the game, and even the best courses to visit. And of course there are titles for kids who want to learn to play golf, as well as fiction involving the sport for all ages. I think Arnold Palmer said it best, “Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated.” View the entire list here.
Every Shot Counts by Mark Broadie
Readers can discover Mark Broadie’s revolutionary new approach to the game of golf. Broadie uses analytics from the financial world to uncover secrets to the game of golf and shows golfers how to make better decisions on the course. It’s a helpful guide for any player who wants to improve their golf skills and make every shot count. Learn more and order here.
Essential Guide for Young Golfers by Clive Gifford
This essential guide shows young readers how to improve their golf game. They will learn how to develop their chipping and pitching play and how to properly deal with bunkers and traverse the green. A few of golf’s greatest players are highlighted, as well as key tournaments, famous holes, and history of the sport. Learn more and order here.
Loopers by John Dunn
Author John Dunn takes readers on his journey across the U.S. working as a caddy at various golf courses. It’s a story not only about the game of golf, but of the meaning of life and his encounters and experiences along the way. Learn more and order here.
On Par by Bill Pennington
Bill Pennington writes from the perspective of the everyday golfer and provides an insightful guide to the game. Readers can learn the basic principles, tips, tricks, and quick fixes to help improve their golf skills. Learn more and order here.