Golf is a hot topic again with Tiger finally getting off the schneid with his five-stroke victory at Bay Hill ending a 30-month drought. Yes, Tiger certainly has a way of invigorating the sport. But any die-hard golfer (or even just a fan) loves a lot more about the game than just the Hollywood flavor Tiger Woods brings to it.
In some news early this morning that golf enthusiasts should find interesting, Empire Post Media said that they have acquired E-book rights to "A Fairway to Heaven," the English TV/DVD series which illustrates the architecturally ideal golf course made up from 18 golf holes from around the world. The E-book will feature text, interviews, stills, video, and interactive segments in 3D.
The original two hour television show featured the world's greatest golf course architects, writers, personalities, and golf legends like Gary Player, Tom Weiskopf, John Daly, and Ben Crenshaw. Renown holes such as the U.S.'s Pebble Beach's 8th, Augusta's 13th, and Scotland's St Andrews' 17th were selected for the dream course along with lesser known gems such as South Africa's Durban CC 3rd, England's Woodhall Spa's 12th, and Japan's Hirono's 15th.
World famous golf architect Tom Doak, also a finalist for designing and building the new 2016 Olympic golf course in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Co-Produced the show with Empire Post Media CEO Peter Dunn.
"As a golfer myself, I know that playing famous golf holes where the golf legends have walked is a tremendous thrill," Dunn stated. "We hope to offer golfers all over the world who have no chance of getting on these exclusive courses a lifelike 3D interactive e-book experience that replicates the thrill of playing these holes at a modest cost. With e-books retailing for around $10 and over 50 million golfers worldwide, even a limited success could produce an excellent result for Empire."
Avid golfers will be on the lookout for the new e-book which is slated for release at the end of this summer. This e-book could be a hole-in-one for the company.
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