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Publisher's Summary

Dan Jenkins virtually invented the golf novel with Dead Solid Perfect, his rollicking account of the life and times of touring pro Kenny Lee Puckett. For the first time ever, Dan Jenkins’ best Golf Digest pieces have been collected together with over 20 all-new essays for the next generation of golfers. Often biting, usually cranky, always hilarious and surprising, this is Dan Jenkins at his best.

©2015 Dan Jenkins, c/o ICM Partners (P)2015 HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books

Critic Reviews

"Dan Jenkins is a comic genius." (Don Imus)
"Jenkins is hilarious, providing more laughs per page than any other writer in the 'bidness'." ( People)

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Not sure if it was the text or the narrator, but the author Congress across as extremely chilli of himself. Not really a book, more of a collection of stuff from his other books. Not good.

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Having trouble falling a sleep

Some humor sparsely sprinkled among hour of statistical information (with a personal twist). Not worth the read. I might point out that the best part of the book was the preview or "sample" I believe they called.