Golf is a sport that relies on memories. Amateurs remember the one perfect shot they hit five years ago, and that keeps them coming back to the course again and again. Our perception of the greatest players in history is shaped by memories: Jack Nicklaus winning the 1986 Masters at the ripe old age of 46, Ben Hogan returning from a horrific car crash to reassert himself as the top player in the world, and Tiger’s first Masters victory, one of the most dominating performances ever.
Days of Glory: A Personal Golf Journal is a way to make your own golf memories last. This beautiful displayable book allows golfers to save scorecards, note memorable shots and moments from each round played, and track their progress through the years. Instead of keeping old scorecards in a shoebox in the closet, display them on your coffee table where your friends and family can relive the memories with you.
Days of Glory: A Personal Golf Journal features full-page photographs and high-quality paper to make even your not-so-great rounds look wonderful. The book makes a great gift for golfing buddies, and the quotes that are found within are sure to help your outlook on the game.
Days of Glory: A Personal Golf Journal has a suggested retail price of $24.95. Visit www.mygolfjournal.com
for more information.