How We Won the Ryder Cup: The Caddies’ Stories

Revised and Updated to include the 1997 Ryder Cup

 

“The caddies’ wonderfully exciting and delightfully indiscreet story of the Ryder Cup from 1985 onwards”

– The Herald

 

 

By Norman Dab

Forewords by Bernard Gallacher OBE and Severiano Ballesteros

Paperback

224 pages

$12.99

1 in stock

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How We Won the Ryder Cup: The Caddies’ Stories

Caddies tell here of the triumphs and disappointments of Ryder Cup clashes from 1985 to the present. These are the insights and behind-the-scenes stories from the bag-men who were there with the world-famous players. Sam Torrance’s caddie recalls the historic putt which gave the first victory over the Americans after 28 years in 1985; Ballesteros’ caddie recalls a “different balls” controversy; Bernard Langer’s caddie recounts the story of the famous missed five-footer putt which lost the Cup in 1991; Costantino Rocca’s caddie tells of the decisions which helped his man beat Tiger Woods in 1997. Each chapter includes a biography of the caddie and his player, a resume of the match and a description of the trials and tribulations on the course.

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Weight 10 oz
Dimensions 8 × 5 × 1 in
Condition

Used – Great Condition

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