Untold Stories, by Dan Jenkins, is about famous people who have visited the Augusta Golf Course and how they felt about it. "In 1953, we made the mistake of inviting Raymond Chandler to Augusta, unaware that he hated golf and rich people. This was the year Ben Hogan set the 72-hole Masters record and went on to capture the Triple Crown. Chandler, however, ignored Hogan's performance and sent us a piece that began: Marlowe knew he was calling on five million dollars, but money never impressed him. Money couldn't dodge a bullet or play the ukulele. He drove through the row of magnolias and parked at the front door of the white mansion. He marched through the clubhouse and found the cabin just off the veranda where the man lived and conducted his business. Marlowe barged through the door, pulled up a chair, set fire to a cigarette, propped his feet up on the dictator's gilt-edged desk, and told Clifford Roberts exactly what he thought of his Banana Republic." 6 1/2 x 12, digital.