I would recommend this to a fellow golfer. This book I think helps put the mental side of the game into play, something that needs to be addressed if you want to get better.
I have listened to another Zen book as well, I would grade them the same.
No one stood out.
I could have if given the time, I do most of my listening in the car.
Party, Energy & Waiting
When 44 decides to quit.
The way he played the part.
I was a heavy better, it made me want to go back, But I know better.
Ken's voice & tone.
Again his voice, it was like you where in his head.
I think it was when he went upstairs to say it was his last year.
Yes, It was recommed to me by a friend that I thought would never listen to an audio book, but is a sports fan. I just texted him and told him thanks' for the tip.
The last throw, but the imagination of what's in store for him could be another great book.
Rick of course, and the Judge Franco.
Playing for the working guy.
It was pretty detailed, jumped around alittle bit.
I think just by changing his voice for a different person.
No but the 86' Masters was the best.
Long but a great career does not take 10 minutes to cover.
Yes, wish I was one of the group.
Just thought it was good. Very interesting on both sides of the play. I could have gone on and on.
I would in a year or so but not tomorrow, hopefully the time away will let me pick up on something I missed the first time.
Don't have a comparison at this time due to the fact that I'm new to Audio books.
I would say it was Hank himself, it was a pleasure to hear the book read from him, it was like he was telling just to me.
I don't have the time for that but if I could I just might. I listened in my car going to work and back.
Glad I picked it. I thought it would just be a rip on Tiger but it really was just the facts and I think Hank treated Tiger with respect, maybe more than he gave Hank.
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