Legendary golf course architect Donald Ross died in 1948. Unbeknown to those around him, he wrote a book on the game giving an insight into his thoughts and beliefs. As a result, it wasn’t until the mid 1990’s that the book was published and received rave reviews. The book includes pictured examples of what Ross believed made a good or bad course and identifies courses around the US that he designed or improved. The honesty and openness of the author provides an interesting perspective of the game and a very interesting read.