The untold story of golf's greatest money match, featuring Hogan and Nelson at Cypress Point, come to life in Mark Frost's gripping new book, The Match., Frost captures an elusive magic in this improbable matchup and what it meant for those who played and witnessed it., Frost weaves an exceptional narrative . . . It's a gripping tale--as good as James Patterson, John Grisham, or any other contemporary novelist could create. And all true. The match comes down to the 18th hole, and you'll be the winner once you turn the last page., Masterful storytelling...A must-read for the fanatical golfers among us, and a worthwhile trip through a largely forgotten era for the rest., A fascinating story of the early days of golf in this country and how it came to be one of the major sports at the turn of the century., Frost...has a gift for dramatizing historic golf matches and making them seem suspenseful all over again., Frost masterfully puts the reader not just on the scene, but in the time, too, with terrific storytelling., The Match was a dream I never thought would come true. If I hadn't been there I wouldn't believe it myself, and if you know anything about sports or the game of golf, once you pick up this book you won't put it down. No one will ever see an event like this again. Fiction can't touch it., It's difficult to beat a good golf book, be it a good yarn or a picture book . . . The golf is spectacular, the course more so, the descriptions luminous.