Buried Lies: True Tales and Tall Stories from the PGA Tour

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Penguin Group USA, 1994 - Sports & Recreation - 224 pages
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For anyone who loved the classic golf comedy Caddyshack, here's a hilarious insider's view of professional golf and the search for the perfect swing--stories filled with witty observations, priceless conversations, and comical anecdotes from such golf legends as Arnold Palmer, Lee Trevino, and Tom Watson. Photos. Radio news feature.

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Jacobsen's book is not about how to hit a ball out of the sand trap, but it does reveal his years of golf on the professional tour. Since turning pro in 1976, he has won a few tournaments, but the ... Read full review

Contents

The Family Jacobsen
6
Across the Pond
15
Nice Shot
29
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Peter Jacobsen, winner of seven Tour events, was named the PGA's Comeback Player of the Year in 2003-and the next year promptly won the U.S. Senior Open.
Jack Sheehan also wrote "Buried Lies /i> with Peter Jacobsen. Like Jacobsen, he played golf at the University of Oregon.

Jack Sheehan has written 15 books, including "Buried Lies, Skin City, Golf Forever", and "Class of '47: Annapolis' Best". He has also written and sold screenplays, and co-hosted and produced a TV series, "True Vegas". Sheehan won the Lowell Thomas award for outstanding travel article, the Nevada Screenwriters Award and was named outstanding feature writer in the West.

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