A part of MT III Golf Media's Black Book series of national and regional course guidebooks, The Southern California Golf Guide profiles every golf course (over 500 in total) that resides within the state's seven southernmost counties, from the ritziest private clubs to the smallest nine-hole par 3. Continuing the series’ tradition of providing accurate, detailed and candid assessments, its profiles range from 100-500 words and also include complete contact information, a course's current national/state ranking(s) and a unique five-star Collectability Rating - a course rating method entirely exclusive to the Guide. No other guidebook covers the region so candidly or comprehensively, or with so detailed an eye towards a course’s history, character and design evolution. Thus also something of a reference volume for historians and architectural aficionados, The Southern California Golf Guide is an indispensable source of information for both visitors and local residents alike.
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A former golf professional, Daniel Wexler is one of America's leading golf historians and writers, having authored several prominent books on a wide range of golfing subjects, including The Missing Links: America’s Greatest Lost Golf Courses and Holes, The Book of Golfers: A Biographical History of the Royal & Ancient Game and The Golfer's Library: A Reader's Guide to Three Centuries of Golf Literature. Also a researcher for ESPN, he has written for Golf World, the Los Angeles Times, ESPN.com and Links Magazine, and served as co-editor of Sports Media Group’s Rare Golf Book Collection. Daniel resides in Los Angeles and can be contacted via his website, www.danielwexler.com.
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