Curt Sampson

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Curt Sampson
BornMalcolm Curtis Sampson
(1952-01-29) January 29, 1952 (age 67)
Meriden, Connecticut
OccupationWriter
GenreNon-Fiction
Notable worksHogan (1996)
The Masters (1998)
Website
www.curtsampson.com

Curt Sampson (born January 29, 1952) is an American non-fiction writer and freelance journalist. He is best known for his 1996 biography and New York Times bestseller Hogan published in 1996,[1] the story of one of the most complex and notable athletes of the 20th century and his New York Times bestseller The Masters: Golf, Money, and Power in Augusta, Georgia published in 1998.[2]

Sampson co-authored George Karl's memoir, Furious George, in 2017.[3][4] It was Sampson's second book about basketball.[5]

Books[edit]

Sampson has written more than 14 books in his twenty-two year career as a writer.

  • 1992 The Eternal Summer ISBN 0-87833-788-1
  • 1993 Texas Golf Legends ISBN 0-89672-298-8
  • 1995 Full Court Pressure ISBN 978-0385476324
  • 1996 Hogan ISBN 1-55853-387-7
  • 1998 The Masters ISBN 0-679-45753-4
  • 2000 Royal And Ancient ISBN 0-375-50278-5
  • 2002 Chasing Tiger ISBN 0-7434-4212-1
  • 2005 The Slam ISBN 1-59486-120-X
  • 2005 The Lost Masters ISBN 0-7434-7002-8
  • 2007 A Vision – Not a Blueprint ISBN 978-0-9801216-0-5
  • 2006 Centennial ISBN 1-933285-47-8
  • 2008 Golf Dads ISBN 978-0-618-81248-6
  • 2011 A Dallas Classic ISBN 978-0-615-50450-6
  • 2012 The War by the Shore ISBN 978-1592407965
  • 2017 Furious George ISBN 978-0062367792

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sampson, Curt (1996). Hogan (1996 edition). Rutledge Hill Press. ISBN 1-55853-387-7
  2. ^ Sampson, Curt (1998). The Masters: Golf Money and Power in Augusta, Georgia. Random House. ISBN 0-679-45753--4
  3. ^ Larry Stone (21 January 2017). "George Karl invents new term, chaortic, to describe his time in Seattle". The Seattle Times. Retrieved 9 February 2017.
  4. ^ Elaine Mattson (4 February 2017). "Edmonds Booktalk: Uncertain times call for hygge (and a good book)". My Edmonton News. Retrieved 9 February 2017.
  5. ^ Zac Crain (10 January 2017). "A Very Brief Chat With Curt Sampson, Co-Author of George Karl's Controversial New Book". D Magazine. Retrieved 9 February 2017.