A Storm at Pebble Beach

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Sleeping Bear Press, 2000 - Sports & Recreation - 214 pages
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Pebble Beach head pro Kevin Courtney has a few problems. He's fighting for joint-custody of his young son, the annual National Pro-Am is about to begin and he's just learned that the wealthy owner of the course has secret plans to sell the course to developers as soon as the week is over. Angered by the thought that the magnificent facility on the Monterey Peninsula might soon be destroyed, Kevin makes a desperate bet: if he can beat the #1 player in the world at the tournament, the sale of Pebble Beach is off. When the wager is accepted, the match -- and the pressure -- is on.

Harry Forse's A Storm at Pebble Beach. is about greed, self-doubt, conspiracy, inner-strength, fatherhood, and one man's seemingly impossible attempt to save the crown jewel of American golf.

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Section 2
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Section 3
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