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Chicken Soup for the Golfer's Soul Audiobook

Chicken Soup for the Golfer's Soul: Stories of Insight, Inspiration, and Laughter on the Links

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Chicken Soup for the Golfer's Soul is a perfect gift for any golfing enthusiast, whether their drives land in the sand or on the green.

This inspiring collection of stories from professionals, caddies, and amateur golfers shares the memorable moments of the game, when, despite all odds, an impossible shot lands in the perfect position; when a simple game of golf becomes a lesson in life. Chapters include: sportsmanship, family, overcoming obstacles, perfecting the game and the nineteenth hole. This is a great read for any golfer, no matter what your handicap.

©1999 Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen. All rights reserved.; (P)1999 Health Communications, Inc.

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    Richard 09-08-05
    Richard 09-08-05
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    "The World is Flat"

    Although I found a part interesting, here and there, a good portion makes the author seem rather na?ve. Na?ve in that he sounds as if he obtained his incites from reading books rather than from his journeys. I feel he misses diving into his own key points, to give the reader a clearer understanding.

    The book starts off rather Na?ve, (I think the author missed his own points), followed by some meatier subject matter and crescendos into his own political agenda. If I wanted political commentary, I would have purchased a political oriented book.

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