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Cup, The
by Philip Reid

In his new book, The Cup: How the 2006 Ryder Cup was won, Irish Times Golf Correspondent, Philip Reid, writes the most incisive chronicle of the competition, drawing on his access to the European and American teams, their caddies, the officials, the fans and pundits from the world of professional golf. He takes us onto the fairways, exposing the teams' tactics, and back into the clubhouse, where the players wrestled with personal conflicts and tragedies. The Cup is packed with fascinating anecdotes about the personal tragedies, those pictures, a shooting incident and Tommy the Barber's brush with Boris Becker. Unlike the plethora of similarly themed books published shortly before the competition, The Cup offers the serious golf enthusiast an authoritative and substantial analysis of the 2006 Ryder Cup.



' . . . this book stands head and shoulders above all others in capturing the essence of Europe's win at The K Club. It takes you right into the heart of the action'
- Charlie Mulqueen, The Irish Examiner
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Published: Nov 1, 2006
Format | 256 pages | Trade paperback
ISBN: 978-1-905379-24-8

Avail: Ireland, UK, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia: Nov 1, 2006

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Launch Pictures - Dublin - Nov 2006
The Irish Times - 2 Dec 2006
The Irish Times - 10 Nov 2006
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