Table of contents for When war played through : golf during World War II / John Strege.

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Table of Contents
Preface
Chapter One		Golf on a Day of Infamy: The Pearl Harbor Attack
Chapter Two		It's Your Duty to Play More Golf: The Game's First Response
Chapter Three		War Comes to Augusta: The 1942 Masters and PGA Championship
Chapter Four		A Medal for Hogan: The Hale America Open
Chapter Five		The Grass is Not Greener: The Clubs and the War
Chapter Six		Autumn Leaves and a Spalding Dot: Shortages Hit Golf
Chapter Seven		Hunkering Down: An Elite Sport Comes Under Attack
Chapter Eight		Eisenhower and Jones: Warriors
Chapter Nine		A Call to Serve: The Pros Go to War
Chapter Ten		Good Enough to Play with Snead and Nelson: Burke and Bourisseau
Chapter Eleven	Stalag Golf: POWs Play Through
Chapter Twelve	D-Day: Golf and Operation Overlord
Chapter Thirteen	Soldiering On, Hole by Hole: Golf Keeps Up the Fight
Chapter Fourteen	A Game's Resilience: Golf Rebounds
Chapter Fifteen	Ben Who? and Lord Byron: The Greatest Streak in Golf History
Chapter Sixteen	The Greatest Boom of All Time: Golf Moves from the War Zones to Home
Chapter Seventeen	Worthy Champions: The Masters Resumes
Epilogue
Acknowledgments

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Golf and war -- United States -- History.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Social aspects -- United States.
United States -- Social life and customs -- 1918-1945.