Masters, Where Jack Climbed The Greenstalk And Snuck Off With More Green Jackets Than Any Of The Other Golfing Giants

Jack Nicklaus slipped into so many Green Jackets in the Masters over the years that fans believed he could even walk on water at Augusta National. I finally reached the golfing heaven after writing about sports for decades. It was the highlight of my career. Jack was there. So were Gary Player and Arnold Palmer. This is my story about life among golf's glitterati. More

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About Andrew Jardine

Andrew Jardine is a well-travelled journalist, author and sportsman, whose stories have been published in South Africa, Britain and Hong Kong in a 50-year career. A South African, he worked for The Sunday Times, the country’s largest-selling newspaper, and was editor of a top golf magazine. After heading for the Far East, he joined The South China Morning Post, Hong Kong’s leading English-language newspaper, and worked for it for 18 years. An adventurer by nature, he ran and completed the 100-mile Himalayan Stage Race in the India at age 62, caddied golfing great Nick Faldo’s bag in an event in Hong Kong, chatted to a world heavyweight boxing champion about life in the ring and even talked politics over tea with communist officials at a railway Station in Vietnam during his travels in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and the United States. He writes about travel, health and dieting, sports and any other subject that takes his fancy. As a golfer, he represented the South African Universities team and later covered the Sunshine Circuit tour for many years.

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