A new pictorial book on one of golf’s greatest, Ben Hogan is slated for release in December.
Australian author Paul Daley has worked hard to get this wonderful book off the ground. Ben Hogan: A Yardstick of Golfing Greatness will be released in December 2016 and you can get yourself an early bird offer if you order now.
From the press release:
Approaching two decades since the passing of Ben Hogan , golf followers continue to be awed by the nine-time major winner’s achievements. No-one faced and overcame more setbacks on the path to becoming a champion golfer. Then, while at the peak of his career, Hogan’s life was cruelly put into a tailspin following a near-fatal head-on automobile accident. Surviving the 1949 crash was miracle enough, yet the bantamweight Texan confounded medical opinion and returned to the sport just twelve months later. Thereafter, from a greatly curtailed playing schedule, he carved out a stunning record in the major championships between 1950 and 1953. As late as the early 1960s, Hogan was always the ‘one to beat’ in the US Open.
A pictorial depiction of this professional golfer is being released in December 2016, as a high quality hardback limited edition (500 copies only) publication.
All of the big moments in Ben Hogan’s career are captured, represented by magnificent photography and incisive captioning. The 175-page publication features in excess of 100 photographs seldom available to golf followers. An added dimension of this publication is the inclusion of Hogan-specific memorabilia, appearances in Hollywood films, and non-golfing elements.
The publication carries a subscribers’ list, whereby each purchaser’s name is listed inside the front of the book.
Due to various factors the book is expensive to produce: the high cost of licensing photographic images, accessing high quality book materials/stock, and the economies associated with a limited print run. Therefore, the purchasing cost is Au $175.00 (plus postage), although no money is required until publication time. A simple pledge will suffice for inclusion on the subscribers’ list.
An alternative ‘EARLY BIRD’ payment method may suit some subscribers. In this instance, the price is reduced to Au $150 (plus postage), payable upon confirmation on the subscribers’ list. The book’s anticipated release date is December 2016.
Contact Paul Daley at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.