RT Web Page DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 67534919 LA English UL https://www.overdrive.com/search?q=D2DA2575-E7ED-4E3F-84EB-F8FCAD1E34B5 T1 The eternal summer : [Palmer, Nicklaus, and Hogan in 1960, golf's golden year] A1 Sampson, Curt., McKee, Dennis., PB Blackstone Audiobooks PP [Ashland, Or.] YR 2002 SN 078612122X 9780786121229 AB Was there ever a year in golf like 1960? It was the year that the sport and its vivid personalities exploded on the consciousness of the nation, when the past, present, and future of the game collided. Television, still a new medium, provided a fresh window to this fascinating show and enabled this "rich man's sport" to win over millions of new fans. Here was Arnold Palmer, the working man's hero, "sweating, chain-smoking, shirt-tail flying," winning, it seemed, every tournament with a last-second charge; grim Ben Hogan, Arnie's opposite, the greatest player of the '50s, a perfectionist battling the twin demons of age and nerves; and, making his debut in the big time, a chunky, crewcut college kid who seemed to have the makings of a champion--twenty-year-old Jack Nicklaus.