Published Works by Alun Evans

Books

Golf Titles

 

The Golf Majors Records and Yearbook, 1998

The Golf Majors Records and Yearbook, 1999

The Virgin Golf Record File (2000)

Peter Alliss' Golf Heroes (stats only), (2002)

The Golf Majors Records and Yearbook, 2002

The Golf Majors Records and Yearbook, 2005

From Old Tom to the Tiger: The Golf Majors 1860-2010, the First 150 Years (2011)

The Golf Majors Records and Yearbook, 2012

Alun Evans' The Golf Majors Book, 2013

Alun Evans' The Golf Majors Book, 2014

Alun Evans' The Golf Majors Book, 2015

Alun Evans' The Golf Majors Book, 2016

Alun Evans' The Golf Majors Book, 2017

Alun Evans' The Golf Majors Book, 2018

 

 

 

Other Titles

 

Brassey's Guide to War Films (2000)

Crossworld Crosswords (2007)*

 

Work is still underway on The Movie Awards Companion, and was initially set for publication in 2018 to coincide with the 90th anniversary of the Academy Awards. I decided to broaden the scope of the book, making such a deadline impossible; and such is the enormity of the task now I can't even put a year to the project's anticipated denouement – and this year has seen the horizon disappear over itself. Suffice to say, I am swimming a little against the tide, and I will make announcements for anyone who is interested when I can see a way forward. I am determined to finish the work, nevertheless – if proposed annuals are ever finished – but realistically, not within the next three years

 

 

 

Availability

 

OLD TOM and the now annual Alun Evans' The Golf Majors Book, including GM 2017, ARE AVAILABLE ON www.amazon.com, www.amazon.co.uk, www.amazon.fr, www.amazon.de, www.amazon.it & www.amazon.de.  

 

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Limited supplies of other titles listed above are also available. Some you can still find on various Amazon sites; otherwise, through the Contact page, email me for availability and prices.

 

 

 

*I've been lucky enough to have crosswords and other puzzles published in The Financial Times, The Guardian, The Independent and The Observer among many other UK newspapers and UK, Irish and US magazines (often under the cutting pseudonym, 'Axe').