The Little Red Book is an unprecedented view of how one of today’s most celebrated architects thinks about the game of golf. Reading it is like having a seat at the table with Tom for a long conversation about a craft he has loved, studied and honed for nearly 40 years.
Screened from fifteen years of his posts at the GolfClubAtlas.com discussion group, this book is insightful, critical, sympathetic and as you would expect, honest. It is presented in small snippets so it’s easy to pick up where you left off, or go back to search a topic of interest. It also provides contemporary comment on his best courses as they were being built. This book, like his others, deserves a place on the shelf next to the best writing on golf architecture.