Mark Cannizzaro- Seven Days in Augusta: Behind the Scenes at the Masters
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In Seven Days in Augusta: Behind the Scenes at the Masters (Triumph Books), veteran New York Post sportswriter Mark Cannizzaro explores the rich history and deep connection between Augusta National and the world’s most iconic and prestigious golf tournament. Cannizzaro, who’s covered a quarter century of Masters tournaments, combines his experience and passion for the sport in this engaging collection of essays. Loaded with insights from the biggest personalities in the golf world, this great new title will bring value to longtime golf fans and the younger generation alike. Highlights include:

About the Author:

Mark Cannizzaro is a native of Fairfield, CT, and a graduate of Ithaca College, where he competed on its Division III soccer and tennis teams. He is a columnist at the New York Post, where he's worked since 1994 and has covered more than 100 major championships, including 25 Masters Tournaments and every Ryder Cup since 1997. He is a golf addict whose finest accomplishment as a player was winning $10 from Phil Mickelson in a putting contest on Mickelson's backyard putting green. He lives in Highlands, NJ, and Manhattan with his wife, Carolyn Waters.

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