The Majors 2015: The Thrilling Battle For Golf's Greatest Trophies

The Majors 2015: The Thrilling Battle For Golf's Greatest Trophies

By: Iain Carter

ISBN: 9781783961870
eBook ISBN: 9781783961887
Cover: Hardback
Published: October 29, 2015
Size: 216x135mm
Page Count: 270 pages


With a foreword by Padraig Harrington

The four majors are the most exciting and important events of the golfing calendar. The Masters, US Open, The Open and the PGA: these are the tournaments by which we measure players’ careers.

In a year of dramatic twists and turns, the majors of 2015 did not disappoint. Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth vied for grand slams and the top spot; Zach Johnson proved that golf isn’t just a young man’s game; and Jason Day, after so many close calls, finally triumphed in one of the most emotional victories ever witnessed. Finally, after more than a decade of Tiger Woods’ domination, golf has entered the era of a new ‘big three’: Spieth, McIlroy and Day, promising an exciting rivalry at the top of the game that could last for years to come.

Using first-hand insights alongside interviews with the players, Iain Carter provides a fascinating account of golf’s most prestigious events, recapping the enthralling action of the year in which a new generation of young stars surged to the fore.

  • [A] remarkable achievement… If you’re looking for a good Christmas present for a golfer, then look no further

    - Stuart Barber, Golf Today
  • Not only is this a thoroughly well researched and enjoyable book, it offers a deserved literary footprint for an epic golfing spell

    - Ewan Murray, The Observer, Sport recommended reads 2015
  • Highly regarded BBC golf correspondent Iain Carter has teed-up The Majors 2015, telling the tale of a memorable golfing year from inside the ropes and the media tent … Carter illuminates and enlightens the golf scene

    - Perthshire Advertiser
  • Quality all round

    - Irish Golf Desk
  • A fascinating history… [of] one of the most fascinating golfing years in decades, sure to be analysed and talked about for years to come. There is no shortage of captivating storylines … Iain Carter perfectly captures the drama and excitement.

    - Golf Today

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