Nonfiction: Golf & African Americans, Allergy-Free Cooking, Pro Wrestling, Marriage Counseling | Xpress Reviews

An unsettling but solid perspective on America and golf; for public libraries seeking diet and health-related cookbooks; the Flairs will please their base with accounts of action in and out of the ring; beneficial as part of a professional collection for counselors and others

Nonfiction: Reducing Sugar, Braverman’s Memoir, the Ryder Cup, Copley, Language | Xpress Reviews,

For health-conscious cooks and bakers; a real-life thriller combined with a remarkable coming-of-age tale; with appeal to those interested in golf, leadership, and business; at the Revolutionary War from a slightly different perspective; more to enjoy in McWhorter’s discussion

Clubhouse Tales | LJ Reviews, March 15, 2016

A biography of Harvey Penick, the “Man Who Wrote the Book on Golf;” a history for new to the game with a pious respect and knowledge of the past; a ­gossipy read by a prolific caddie for those interested in tell-alls

Course Classics: This Season’s Golf Picks

A fun read for those who have an interest in golf personalities from the 1950s to the early 2000s, an in-depth instruction on the best and easiest way to learn and use a repeating swing, required reading for those who plan a career in sports.

Masters of the Green: Ten Spring 2012 Golf Titles

Masters of the Green: Ten Spring 2012 Golf Titles