There are a huge number of golf books available and loads more being written every week. These vary in price quite dramatically and their scope and focus also varies widely. Many are golfing ‘tutors’ and many specialise in the various aspects of the history of the game.
It is no surprise that it is very difficult to find the ideal golf book that will help you in the specific areas that you are researching. Here at ‘Eat Drink Golf’ we are trying to build a reference list of Golf Books that cover the full panoply of golf topics. The key criteria are that they are particularly well-written and informative.
If you have recently read a great Golf Book that addresses any aspect of the game or its history etc. then we would love to hear from you.
All we need from you is an independent review or commentary about the Golfing Book that you have read. Please try to give a full analysis and explanation why you feel the Golf Book is so good and describe why you liked it so much and include any weaknesses that you may have identified.
Golfing Books are also commonly available in digital (e.g. Kindle or eBook) as well as audio format so please include this information if you bought the book in any of these formats.
We are particularly interested to hear about any new golfing books that you may have read that made a significant improvement to your game or your enjoyment of the game – particularly if they would be beneficial for golfers of all standards and abilities.
Want To Submit a ‘Golfing Book News’ Blog or Article?
If you want to write a blog or news item about a golfing book you have read recently then we would love to hear from you.
All you need do is draft a well-written article of about 300 – 800 words about the book. Try to make the blog a fair and comprehensive assessment and try to keep it light and as interesting and informative as possible.
You can include up to 5 images plus one logo that should be submitted in either .png or .jpg format, plus you can even include a link to one video. The text, images or video should not contain any advertising or proprietary information. We also reserve the right to decline any blogs or articles that are submitted if they do not meet the normal standards of good taste and decency or do not meet our normal editorial standards. Once you have prepared the article, simply email it to: writers@EatDrinkGolf.com
We will then publish the article(s) on the ‘Eat Drink Golf’ blog site.