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9781616082567 - Matthew Silverman: Golf Miscellany: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Golf
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Golf Miscellany: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Golf (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9781616082567 (?) or 1616082569, probably in english, Simon & Schuster N.Y. hardcover, New.

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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Golf, What causes a golf ball to hook or slice? What are the origins of the terms “bogey” and “birdie”? Why was Jack Nicklaus called “The Golden Bear”? “Why is the Masters champion presented with a green jacket? How many tournaments did Byron Nelson win in 1945? With Golf Miscellany, the fascinating history and lore of golf are finally revealed! For example, the reason a golf ball hooks or slices is that its spin drags a layer of air across one surface of the ball faster than it does across the opposite surface. “Bogey” refers to a score of one over par on a golf hole, the term originating from a British song from the late nineteenth century. Jack Nicklaus was dubbed The Golden Bear by his former agent, Mark McCormick, because he was “large; strong, and blonde.” Every Masters champion since 1949 has been presented with a green jacket, indicating their membership in the exclusive private club. And the great Byron Nelson won a whopping eighteen tournaments in 1945 including eleven in a row, both records which stand to this day. Packed with all manner of delightful surprises, beautiful illustrations and photos, and surprising nuggets of information, Golf Miscellany demystifies the origins and customs of one of the world’s most celebrated game. From the driving range through the U.S. Open, you’ll be entertained with fun, little-known facts. Why do golfers wear collared shirts? Who invented the modern putter? What golfer was famous for saying he dug his golf game out of the dirt? Settle into your favorite armchair, sip on an Arnold Palmer, and find out! gebundene Ausgabe, 01.05.2012.
9781616082567 - Matthew Silverman: Golf Miscellany: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Golf
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Matthew Silverman (?):

Golf Miscellany: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Golf (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9781616082567 (?) or 1616082569, probably in english, Simon & Schuster N.Y. hardcover, New.

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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Golf What causes a golf ball to hook or slice? What are the origins of the terms “bogey” and “birdie”? Why was Jack Nicklaus called “The Golden Bear”? “Why is the Masters champion presented with a green jacket? How many tournaments did Byron Nelson win in 1945? With Golf Miscellany, the fascinating history and lore of golf are finally revealed! For example, the reason a golf ball hooks or slices is that its spin drags a layer of air across one surface of the ball faster than it does across the opposite surface. “Bogey” refers to a score of one over par on a golf hole, the term originating from a British song from the late nineteenth century. Jack Nicklaus was dubbed The Golden Bear by his former agent, Mark McCormick, because he was “large; strong, and blonde.” Every Masters champion since 1949 has been presented with a green jacket, indicating their membership in the exclusive private club. And the great Byron Nelson won a whopping eighteen tournaments in 1945 including eleven in a row, both records which stand to this day. Packed with all manner of delightful surprises, beautiful illustrations and photos, and surprising nuggets of information, Golf Miscellany demystifies the origins and customs of one of the world’s most celebrated game. From the driving range through the U.S. Open, you’ll be entertained with fun, little-known facts. Why do golfers wear collared shirts? Who invented the modern putter? What golfer was famous for saying he dug his golf game out of the dirt? Settle into your favorite armchair, sip on an Arnold Palmer, and find out! 01.05.2012, gebundene Ausgabe.
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ISBN: 9781616082567 (?) or 1616082569, in english, Skyhorse Publishing, hardcover, New.

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This is a treasure trove of fascinating history, lore, facts, and stats about the gentleman's game. What causes a golf ball to hook or slice? What are the origins of the terms bogey and birdie ? Why was Jack Nicklaus called The Golden Bear ? Why is the Masters champion presented with a green jacket? How many tournaments did Byron Nelson win in 1945? With Golf Miscellany , the fascinating history and lore of golf are finally revealed! For example, the reason a golf ball hooks or slices is that it... This is a treasure trove of fascinating history, lore, facts, and stats about the gentleman's game. What causes a golf ball to hook or slice? What are the origins of the terms bogey and birdie ? Why was Jack Nicklaus called The Golden Bear ? Why is the Masters champion presented with a green jacket? How many tournaments did Byron Nelson win in 1945? With Golf Miscellany , the fascinating history and lore of golf are finally revealed! For example, the reason a golf ball hooks or slices is that its spin drags a layer of air across one surface of the ball faster than it does across the opposite surface. Bogey refers to a score of one over par on a golf hole, the term originating from a British song from the late nineteenth century. Jack Nicklaus was dubbed The Golden Bear by his former agent, Mark McCormick, because he was large, strong, and blonde . Every Masters champion since 1949 has been presented with a green jacket, indicating their membership in the exclusive private club. And the great Byron Nelson won a whopping eighteen tournaments in 1945 including eleven in a row, both records which stand to this day. Packed with all manner of delightful surprises, beautiful illustrations and photos, and surprising nuggets of information, Golf Miscellany demystifies the origins and customs of one of the world's most celebrated game. From the driving range through the U.S. Open, you'll be entertained with fun, little-known facts. Why do golfers wear collared shirts? Who invented the modern putter? What golfer was famous for saying he dug his golf game out of the dirt? Settle into your favorite armchair, sip on an Arnold Palmer, and find out! This title includes 100 full-color photographs.Soort: Met illustraties;Taal: Engels;Afmetingen: 20x230x152 mm;Gewicht: 517,00 gram;Verschijningsdatum: mei 2012;Druk: 1;ISBN10: 1616082569;ISBN13: 9781616082567; Engelstalig | hardcover | 2012.
9781632203144 - Silverman, Matthew: Baseball Miscellany
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Baseball Miscellany (?)

ISBN: 9781632203144 (?) or 1632203146, in english, Skyhorse Pub Co Inc, SKHSC, SKHSC, Used.

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Why does a curveball curve? What is a can of corn Why was Joe DiMaggio called the Yankee Clipper Who wrote Take Me Out to the Ball Game How many times did Ty Cobb steal home?In this reissue of Baseball Miscellany, the fascinating history and lore of our national pastime is finally revealed! For example, the reason a curveball curves is that its spin drags a layer of air across one surface of the ball faster than it does across the opposite surface. A can of corn? is slang for an easy-to-catch fly ball, the term originating from a general store clerk reaching up and dropping a can from a high shelf. Sportswriters dubbed Joe DiMaggio the Yankee Clipper? because he glided about the outfield with beauty and grace, like a clipper ship on the ocean. The lyrics to Take Me Out to the Ball Game? were written in 1908 by vaudeville star Jack Norworth, who, while riding the subway, was inspired by a sign that said Baseball TodayPolo Grounds. And the great Ty Cobb stole home a whopping fifty-four timesfifty more than the career leader in total stolen bases, Rickey Henderson. Packed with all manner of delightful surprises, beautiful illustrations and photographs, and delicious nuggets of information, Baseball Miscellany demystifies the origins and customs of America?s most celebrated game. From spring training through the World Series, you?ll be entertained with fun, little-known facts. Why do baseball players wear stirrup socks? Who invented the catcher?s mask? What major-league team passed up on signing eighteen-year-old Willie Mays in 1949?
1632203146 - Silverman, Matthew: Baseball Miscellany: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Baseball
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ISBN: 1632203146 (?) or 9781632203144, in english, Skyhorse Publishing, Used.

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baseball,sports and outdoors,sports and recreation, Why does a curveball curve? What is a "can of corn"? Why was Joe DiMaggio called the "Yankee Clipper"? Who wrote "Take Me Out to the Ball Game"? How many times did Ty Cobb steal home? In this reissue of Baseball Miscellany , the fascinating history and lore of our national pastime is finally revealed! For example, the reason a curveball curves is that its spin drags a layer of air across one surface of the ball faster than it does across the opposite surface. A "can of corn" is slang for an easy-to-catch fly ball, the term originating from a general store clerk reaching up and dropping a can from a high shelf. Sportswriters dubbed Joe DiMaggio the "Yankee Clipper" because he glided about the outfield with beauty and grace, like a clipper ship on the ocean. The lyrics to "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" were written in 1908 by vaudeville star Jack Norworth, who, while riding the subway, was inspired by a sign that said "Baseball Today--Polo Grounds." And the great Ty Cobb stole home a whopping fifty-four times--fifty more than the career leader in total stolen bases, Rickey Henderson. Packed with all manner of delightful surprises, beautiful illustrations and photographs, and delicious nuggets of information, Baseball Miscellany demystifies the origins and customs of America's most celebrated game. From spring training through the World Series, you'll be entertained with fun, little-known facts. Why do baseball players wear stirrup socks? Who invented the catcher's mask? What ma.
9781626367395 - Matthew Silverman: Baseball Miscellany
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Baseball Miscellany (2011) (?)

ISBN: 9781626367395 (?) or 1626367396, in english, Skyhorse Publishing, Skyhorse Publishing, Skyhorse Publishing, New, ebook, digital download.

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Why does a curveball curve? What is a can of corn"? Why was Joe DiMaggio called the Yankee Clipper"? Who wrote Take Me Out to the Ballgame"? How many times did Ty Cobb steal home? In Baseball Miscellany, the fascinating history and lore of our national pastime is finally revealed! For example, the reason a curveball curves is that its spin drags a layer of air across one surface of the ball faster than it does across the opposite surface. A can of corn" is slang for an easy-to-catch fly ball, the term originating from a general store clerk reaching up and dropping a can from a high shelf. Sportswriters dubbed Joe DiMaggio the Yankee Clipper" because he glided about the outfield with beauty and grace, like a clipper ship on the ocean. The lyrics to Take Me Out to the Ballgame" were written in 1908 by vaudeville star Jack Norworth, who, while riding the subway, was inspired by a sign that said Baseball Today-Polo Grounds." And the great Ty Cobb stole home a whopping fifty-four times-fifty more than the career leader in total stolen bases, Rickey Henderson. Packed with all manner of delightful surprises, beautiful illustrations and photographs, and delicious nuggets of information, Baseball Miscellany demystifies the origins and customs of America's most celebrated game. From spring training through the World Series, you'll be entertained with fun, little-known facts. Why do baseball players wear stirrup socks? Who invented the catcher's mask? What Major League team passed up on signing eighteen-year-old Willie Mays in 1949? Settle into your favorite armchair, grab some peanuts or Cracker Jacks, and find out!
9781632203144 - Matthew Silverman: Baseball Miscellany
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Matthew Silverman (?):

Baseball Miscellany (?)

ISBN: 9781632203144 (?) or 1632203146, in english, Skyhorse Publishing, New.

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Why does a curveball curve? What is a can of corn? Why was Joe DiMaggio called the Yankee Clipper? Who wrote Take Me Out to the Ball Game? How many times did Ty Cobb steal home?In this reissue of Baseball Miscellany, the fascinating history and lore of our national pastime is finally revealed! For example, the reason a curveball curves is that its spin drags a layer of air across one surface of the ball faster than it does across the opposite surface. A can of corn is slang for an easy-to-catch fly ball, the term originating from a general store clerk reaching up and dropping a can from a high shelf. Sportswriters dubbed Joe DiMaggio the Yankee Clipper because he glided about the outfield with beauty and grace, like a clipper ship on the ocean. The lyrics to Take Me Out to the Ball Game were written in 1908 by vaudeville star Jack Norworth, who, while riding the subway, was inspired by a sign that said Baseball TodayPolo Grounds. And the great Ty Cobb stole home a whopping fifty-four timesfifty more than the career leader in total stolen bases, Rickey Henderson. Packed with all manner of delightful surprises, beautiful illustrations and photographs, and delicious nuggets of information, Baseball Miscellany demystifies the origins and customs of America s most celebrated game. From spring training through the World Series, you ll be entertained with fun, little-known facts. Why do baseball players wear stirrup socks? Who invented the catcher s mask? What major-league team passed up on signing eighteen-year-old Willie Mays in 1949?
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Baseball Miscellany, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Baseball (2011) (?)

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Why does a curveball curve? What is a can of corn”? Why was Joe DiMaggio called the Yankee Clipper”? Who wrote Take Me Out to the Ballgame”? How many times did Ty Cobb steal home? In Baseball Miscellany, the fascinating history and lore of our national pastime is finally revealed! For example, the reason a curveball curves is that its spin drags a layer of air across one surface of the ball faster than it does across the opposite surface. A can of corn” is slang for an easy-to-catch fly ball, t... Why does a curveball curve? What is a can of corn”? Why was Joe DiMaggio called the Yankee Clipper”? Who wrote Take Me Out to the Ballgame”? How many times did Ty Cobb steal home? In Baseball Miscellany, the fascinating history and lore of our national pastime is finally revealed! For example, the reason a curveball curves is that its spin drags a layer of air across one surface of the ball faster than it does across the opposite surface. A can of corn” is slang for an easy-to-catch fly ball, the term originating from a general store clerk reaching up and dropping a can from a high shelf. Sportswriters dubbed Joe DiMaggio the Yankee Clipper” because he glided about the outfield with beauty and grace, like a clipper ship on the ocean. The lyrics to Take Me Out to the Ballgame” were written in 1908 by vaudeville star Jack Norworth, who, while riding the subway, was inspired by a sign that said Baseball Today-Polo Grounds.” And the great Ty Cobb stole home a whopping fifty-four times-fifty more than the career leader in total stolen bases, Rickey Henderson. Packed with all manner of delightful surprises, beautiful illustrations and photographs, and delicious nuggets of information, Baseball Miscellany demystifies the origins and customs of America’s most celebrated game. From spring training through the World Series, you’ll be entertained with fun, little-known facts. Why do baseball players wear stirrup socks? Who invented the catcher’s mask? What Major League team passed up on signing eighteen-year-old Willie Mays in 1949? Settle into your favorite armchair, grab some peanuts or Cracker Jacks, and find out!Taal: Engels;Formaat: ePub met kopieerbeveiliging (DRM) van Adobe;Kopieerrechten: Het kopiëren van (delen van) de pagina's is niet toegestaan ;Geschikt voor: Alle e-readers te koop bij bol.com (of compatible met Adobe DRM). Telefoons/tablets met Google Android (1.6 of hoger) voorzien van bol.com boekenbol app. PC en Mac met Adobe reader software;Verschijningsdatum: maart 2011;ISBN10: 1626367396;ISBN13: 9781626367395; Engelstalig | Ebook | 2011.
1616081961 - Matthew Silverman: Baseball Miscellany: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Baseball
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Baseball Miscellany: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Baseball (?)

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baseball,sports and outdoors,sports and recreation, Baseball Miscellany: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Baseball (Books of Miscellany), Why does a curveball curve? What is a "can of corn"? Why was Joe DiMaggio called the "Yankee Clipper"? "Who wrote "Take Me Out to the Ballgame"? How many times did Ty Cobb steal home" In Baseball Miscellany, the fascinating history and lore of our national pastime is finally revealed! For example, the reason a curveball curves is that its spin drags a layer of air across one surface of the ball faster than it does across the opposite surface. A "can of corn" is slang for an easy-to-catch fly ball, the term originating from a general store clerk reaching up and dropping a can from a high shelf. Sportswriters dubbed Joe DiMaggio the "Yankee Clipper" because he glided about the outfield with beauty and grace, like a clipper ship on the ocean. The lyrics to "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" were written in 1908 by vaudeville star Jack Norworth, who, while riding the subway, was inspired by a sign that said "Baseball Today?Polo Grounds." And the great Ty Cobb stole home a whopping fifty-four times?fifty more than the career leader in total stolen bases, Rickey Henderson. Packed with all manner of delightful surprises, beautiful illustrations and photographs, and delicious nuggets of information, Baseball Miscellany demystifies the origins and customs of America's most celebrated game. From spring training through the World Series, you'll be entertained with fun, little-known facts. Why do baseball players wear stirrup socks" Who invented the catcher's mas.
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Baseball Miscellany: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Baseball (?)

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Matthew Silverman, Books, Sports and Fitness, Baseball Miscellany: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Baseball, Why does a curveball curve? What is a “can of corn”? Why was Joe DiMaggio called the “Yankee Clipper”? Who wrote “Take Me Out to the Ball Game”? How many times did Ty Cobb steal home?In this reissue of Baseball Miscellany, the fascinating history and lore of our national pastime is finally revealed! For example, the reason a curveball curves is that its spin drags a layer of air across one surface of the ball faster than it does across the opposite surface. A “can of corn” is slang for an easy-to-catch fly ball, the term originating from a general store clerk reaching up and dropping a can from a high shelf. Sportswriters dubbed Joe DiMaggio the “Yankee Clipper” because he glided about the outfield with beauty and grace, like a clipper ship on the ocean. The lyrics to “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” were written in 1908 by vaudeville star Jack Norworth, who, while riding the subway, was inspired by a sign that said “Baseball Today—Polo Grounds.” And the great Ty Cobb stole home a whopping fifty-four times—fifty more than the career leader in total stolen bases, Rickey Henderson.Packed with all manner of delightful surprises, beautiful illustrations and photographs, and delicious nuggets of information, Baseball Miscellany demystifies the origins and customs of America’s most celebrated game. From spring training through the World Series, you’ll be entertained with fun, little-known facts. Why do baseball players wear stirrup socks? Who invented the catcher’s mask? What major-league team passed up on signing eighteen-year-old Willie Mays in 1949"Skyhorse Publishing, as well as our Sports Publishing imprint, are proud to publish a broad range of books for readers interested in sports—books about baseball, pro football, college football, pro and college basketball, hockey, or soccer, we have a book about your sport or your team.Whether you are a New York Yankees fan or hail from Red Sox nation; whether you are a die-hard Green Bay Packers or Dallas Cowboys fan; whether you root for the Kentucky Wildcats, Louisville Cardinals, UCLA Bruins, or Kansas Jayhawks; whether you route for the Boston Bruins, Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens, or Los Angeles Kings; we have a book for you. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.