Foreword by Gary Player 1. No regrets just fond memories 2. Keeping a lid on our emotions 3. Shape up or ship out 4. When tempers flare 5. A new step in the life of Grady 6. Golf's colourful sidekicks 7. A little man' with grand plans 8. Augusta's surrender to technology 9. Rejuvenated Woosie rekindles flame 10. Memoirs of Australia's ironman 11. Mr Anti-Golf comes around 12. Credit where credit is due 13. Thunder' Bolt strikes again 14. Keep it under your hat, Sam 15. When a career is a round of golf 16. The long and short of pro golf 17. Life turns full circle for Ogle 18. Greats on a level playing field 19. Golf's Marco Polo 20. Gary Player's K.O win 21. Golf's great coup 22. Ben Hogan's perfect round 23. Ghosting 24. Red Braces 25. Royal Melbourne's jovial skeletons 26. Golf's
Phil Tresidder was widely regarded as one of the greatest of Australia's sports writers/reporters. He was best known as this country's foremost golf writers, and his sudden death in October 2003 has been mourned by many friends in the golfing world. For more than 30 years he was a friend and confidant to many of the world's leading golfers. He was ghost writer for Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player when they were contracted to provide newspaper columns. Phil wrote for Australian Golf Digest and was the author of more than 10 books on sport, especially golf and cricket and covered the famous Bradman Tour of 1948.