A Hacker's Humiliations: A Glossary of Golf Grotesqueries

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Sports Media Group, Sep 1, 2007 - Humor - 186 pages
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Contents

Misery Meter
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Hacker Hall of Fame Moment
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Hacker Hall of Fame Moment
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Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Joel Zuckerman is a longtime golf and travel writer based in Savannah, Georgia. He's the author of six books, including the widely acclaimed Pete Dye--Golf Courses, recipient of the Book of the Year Award as bestowed by the International Network of Golf. He's written for more than one hundred periodicals, including Sports Illustrated, Delta's SKY Magazine, Continental Magazine and virtually all the major golf publications. He's played eight-hundred-plus golf courses in more than forty states and a dozen different countries. Visit www.vagabondgolfer.com for more information.

Tom Matthews wrote the original screenplay Mad City, which hit theatres in 1997. Starring Dustin Hoffman, John Travolta, and Alan Alda, it was directed by Costa-Gavras. He has also written scripts for Universal Pictures, Warner Bros., New Line Cinema, Twentieth Century Fox, and Walt Disney Pictures, working with such producers as Steven Soderbergh (Traffic, Erin Brockovich), Steve Tisch (Forrest Gump), Hunt Lowry (The Last of the Mohicans), and Lynda Obst (Sleepless In Seattle). Prior to launching his screenwriting and novel writing career, Matthews spent fifteen years working in the motion picture industry as a journalist, film critic, and studio publicist. He's done freelance work for national and regional publications that include L.A. Weekly, Marquee Magazine, Milwaukee Journal, and Creative Screenwriting. Matthews was also a managing editor for Boxoffice Magazine for six years. A Wisconsin native, he lives in Wauwatosa, WI with his wife and two sons. He is currently developing a documentary series about Las Vegas with George Knapp, the resort city's leading investigative reporter. Like We Care is his first published novel.

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