In his colorful and quirky new book, Lost Balls, Charles Lindsay goes where no photographer has gone before: into the hazards of the game or, as he says, "ankle-deep in muck, far from the fairway, fighting the sagebrush, dodging the poison ivy while looking for a white orb as round as the moon and equally uninterested in the golfer's predicament."
From Lost Balls: Great Holes, Tough Shots, and Bad Lies. Copyright � 2005 by Charles Lindsay.
Reprinted by permission of Bullfinch Press. Publication date: May 2005. All rights reserved.