Terroir of Golf | TEE GIFT PROPOSAL
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What completes this book are the rich, lush, National Geographic quality photographs that brilliantly capture the elements of terroir that can’t be put into words.
This book is ideal for the clubhouse, coffee table or the corporate boardroom. It offers a variety of riches. ~ B. Kunz
The NEW Terroir of Golf
An elevated reading experience
Award Winning Book Designer
The new version of Terroir is designed by Chic Harper who brings a very sophisticated approach to book design that takes the reader on a journey of discovery. He is the winner of the British Golf Collectors Society’s Murdoch Medal 2019 and designer of the USGA’s Herbert Warren Wind Award winning books in 2008, 2015 and 2020 as well as designer of Murdoch Medal-winning books in 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016.
High Quality Printer
Terroir will be printed and assembled at McAllister Litho Glasgow Ltd. to their exacting specifications. They print for such esteemed organizations as the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh and private clubs such as Royal Liverpool Golf Club and Glasgow Golf Club, the ninth oldest golf club in the world.
Superior Materials and Binding
The 340 text pages will be printed on 150gsm Arctic Silk paper, then folded, collated and sewn bound into the outer, hardback cover which will have a semi-gloss, anti-scuff, laminate finish.
In Terroir of Golf, Ms. Dale connects two seemingly distinct art forms through her vivid prose. As she explores the arts and artists of winemaking and golf course architecture, Ms. Dale delivers her own work of art which, similar to its topic matter, is to be savored.
Golf and wine enthusiasts, as well as lovers of history, landscape photography and travel will delight in this tapestry of well-researched historical backdrops, stunning photographs and expert interviews skillfully woven together with a travelogue that Ms. Dale shares so generously and evocatively.
Terroir of Golf uniquely explores and celebrates the natural lands and artists that give rise to the world’s preeminent wines and golf courses. ~ Brent Johnson