And If You Play Golf, You're My Friend: Furthur Reflections of a Grown Caddie
Another round of inspiration and instruction.
When Harvey Penick signed copies of his now classic first book, Harvey Penick's Little Red Book, Bud Shrake, his coauthor, noticed that he often inscribed them with the line “To my fried and pupil.” When Shrake asked him why, Penick replied “Well, if you read my book, you're my pupil, and if you play golf, you're my friend.”
Taking up where the Little Red Book left off, this is the second dose of Penick's singular brand of wit and wisdom, full of the simple and easy-to-understand lessons on golf that Penick is known and admired for. Like its predecessor, And If You Play Golf, You're My Friend is rich with Penick's great love of the game, a love that he delighted in sharing with golfers of all ages and levels of ability.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bassetgreg - LibraryThing
If you love the little red book this is more of the same. Its like sitting on a porch on a summer evening and just listening to a well respected caddy's pearls of golf wisdom. A very easy read Read full review
And if you play golf, you're my friend: further reflections of a grown caddieUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Penick garnered much attention over the course of his 33 years as golf coach at the University of Texas, and with the best-selling success of his first book, Harvey Penick's Little Red Book (S. & S ... Read full review
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