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Perhaps no sport has been written about as much as golf.  There are instructional books, golf course books, novels, biographies, and many more.

The classic golf instructional books:

Ben Hogan’s 5 Lessons

Jack Nicklaus: Golf My Way

Harvey Penick: Little Red Book

Jim McLean: Eight Step Swing

David Leadbetter’s Faults and Fixes

From Fred Shoemaker

Extraordinary Golf

All Golf Swing Improvement Books

  • Pinehurst Golfer

    Let me add one of my favorites that did not make your list.nnA Swing For Life by Nick Faldo. Nick breaksu00a0downu00a0his swing in detail (no surprise from a guy that always clipped is finger nails on Mondays). The color pictures of his swing alone is worth theu00a0priceu00a0of the book. Another bonus- the art work of Harold Riley. He is a noted golf artist thatu00a0specializesu00a0in pencil sketches. u00a0 u00a0 u00a0

  • Pinehurst Golfer

    Other must reads for golfers, not in theu00a0instructionalu00a0categoryu00a0but noteworthy are: Hogan, An American Life by Jim Dodson and The Match, The Day The Game of Golfu00a0Changedu00a0Forever. For a my view of The Match visit my web site:u00a0

  • Anonymous

    Yes you’re right, I used to own Swing For Life, don’t know what happened to it. u00a0I’m certainly missing a ton of great golf books here.

  • Anonymous

    I have ‘The Match’ on audiobook and can’t wait to give it a listen.

  • Brian

    Thanks for the recommendations.u00a0 I’ve got the Hogan and Penick books on my list ( Have you read any of the Rotella books?u00a0 They’re great for a different perspective.

  • Rick Koscher

    Extraordinary golf might be the best book I have ever read. If you replace the word “golf” in Shoemaker’s book with the word “life” the book might be the best guide to a great life!