My Top Non-Instructional Golf Books. #2 is my favorite!

There are thousands of golf books… instructional, biographies, historical, fictional, and more. One can compile various lists of “Bests” but today I’m just sharing with you five non-instructional golf books that I found very entertaining and/or touching. Try these if you like golf and a good read!

Golf in the Kingdom by Michael Murphy – A fascinating book that reveals the connection between golf and the higher realms of mysticism.

A book that takes you on an intellectual journey.

A book that takes you on an intellectual journey.

Final Rounds: A Father, A Son, the Golf Journey of a Lifetime by James Dodson – When his Father learned he had two months to live, James Dodson set off with him to play the most famous courses of their dreams. Their relationship and experiences will hook you.

One of my favorite books ever. A great story of the bond between father and son.

One of my favorite books ever. A great story of the bond between father and son.

Tommy’s Honor by Kevin Cook – A fantastic story of Old Tom Morris and Young Tom Morris, Golf’s Founding Father and Son.

If you like reading and you like golf, this is a MUST read.

If you like reading and you like golf, this is a MUST read.

Hogan by Curt Sampson – The first full-scale biography of one of the most complex and fascinating athletes of the 20th century.

This captures the story behind man they called Mr.

This captures the story behind man they called Mr.

Slim and None by Dan Jenkins – Revered sportswriter Dan Jenkins leads us on another wild ride involving hilarious characters and outrageous shenanigans of a Pro Tour wannabe.

The tale of a PGA Tour hopeful. Funny and entertaining.

The tale of a PGA Tour hopeful. Funny and entertaining.

Source : Mel Sole

Pictures : Beverly Goodwin

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