'How We Won the Ryder Cup' is the story of the triumphs and disappointments of Ryder Cup clashes since 1985, as told by the caddies involved. The book forms a collection of insights and behind-the-scenes accounts by the bag-men who have accompanied the world's top players in the competition over the past 17 years, culminating in the thrilling European win at the Belfry in September 2002.
'How We Won the Ryder Cup' is an impressive document of almost two decades of Ryder Cup clashes, as told by those who experienced them first-hand alongside the players. Packed with entertaining anecdotes and revelations, it will inform and thrill all followers of golf.
Norman Dabell has broadcast for BBC Radio and written for the Daily Telegraph and Reuters. He is the author of two other books on golf, Winning the Open and Natural Hazard.