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"The Ryder Lions: The Story of Britain's 1957 Ryder Cup Victory" by Brian Belton

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Discuss "The Ryder Lions: The Story of Britain's 1957 Ryder Cup Victory" by Brian Belton here.

It's free today on Kindle. For U.S. customers, the URL is: http://smile.amazon.com/Ryder-Lions-Story-Britains-Victory-ebook/dp/B00NGIECD4/

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I didn't see this thread until a few days ago and missed the chance to get it for free, but I coughed up the $3 or whatever it was and I'm now about a third of the way through it. It's a pretty good book – the author does a nice job of describing the principals (most of whom are long dead) and the whole professional golf scene of that era.

I've really enjoyed the excerpts from "The Natural Way to Better Golf" by Jack Burke (the U.S. captain that year) that precede each chapter. They inspired me to order a used paperback copy through Amazon. I expect to get some things that'll help me from that book, as very old instructional concepts often resonate better for me than newer stuff.

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Just got my Burke book. It's a small Bantam paperback in really good condition that had a cover price of 25 cents when it was released 60 years ago.

Can't wait to get into it!

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