“This book truly captures the dramatic and colorful backstory of how, against all odds, an eight-month-old publicly-owned facility was selected as the first course to host the U.S. Open in the Pacific Northwest.”
Told with award-winning photography and extensive interviews with all the key players, “America’s St. Andrews” is the story of how a newly-opened and untested facility was selected as the site of the largest sporting event ever to be held in the Pacific Northwest… Read More
"The book, also worth buying just for the photography, is one of the best I have ever read. Do yourself a favor and buy it."
"There is a Chambers Bay because of John Ladenburg, and there is a U.S. Open because of Bob Jones." -- Pierson Clair
Chambers Bay Facts
Muirfield in Scotland, site of the 2013 British Open, held its first British Open in 1892, just nine months after it opened.
View an extended gallery of the award-winning photography inside America's St. Andrews.