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Publisher's Summary

In The Feeling of Greatness: Second Edition, golf coach Tim O'Connor updates his previous biography of the late, great Canadian golfer Moe Norman, who was famous for introducing the single-plane golf swing. This edition includes new anecdotes about Moe both on and off the course by golfers, journalists, friends, and family and offers a more in-depth portrait of the man and golfer, especially in the last years of his life. 

O'Connor shares with listeners his personal and professional friendships with Moe along the way. Some 20 years later, from a distanced perspective, O'Connor sets the record straight about Norman, promotes his legacy as the legendary golfer he was, and reflects on life lessons learned from their association over the years.

©2017 Tim O'Connor (P)2019 Todd Graves

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great book and stories

The book itself is great, the narrator could have been better. Voice just didn't fit

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lousy book lousy reader

the author was obsessed with himself and his writing of the book less involved with the person he was writing about. this mode Norman had mental problems this author eclipsed those mental problems by a lot. The reader of this book is unlistenable.

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  • 10-04-20

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Great story which needs to be told of a golf genius who is relatively unknown

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  • mark john knight pieces of pine
  • 07-18-19

Great

Very interesting, informative and a good read for any experienced time served golfer. Gives an accurate insight to the past policies of golf clubs and committees to a talented individual who did not conform?