UNITED STATES GOLF ASSOCIATION'S INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARD
1987-2002
MARK FROST

 
Presented by the United States Golf Association museum and archives, the International Book Award is the top literary prize awarded by the USGA. Established in 1987, the Award recognizes outstanding contributions to golf literature and attempts to broaden public interest in the sport. 

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2002 Mark Frost The Greatest Game Ever Played
2001 Bradley Klein Discovering Donald Ross
2000 Stephen Lowe Sir Walter and Mr. Jones
1999 David Owen The Making of the Masters
1998 Lawrence Donegan Maybe It Should Have Been a Three Iron
1997 David Love III Every Shot I Take
1996 No Award  
1995 No Award  
1994 No Award  
1993 No Award  
1992 Rhonda Glenn The Illustrated History of Women's Golf
1991 Bobby Burnet The St. Andrew's Opens
1990 Robert Trent Jones Sr. with Larry Dennis Golf's Magnificent Challenge
1989 Phil Pilley Golfing Art
1988 No Award  
1987 Al Barkow Getting to the Dance Floor

 
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