Dead Solid Perfect

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Price/Stern/Sloan, 1986 - Fiction - 242 pages
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When Dead Solid Perfect was first published in 1974, golfers in real life on the PGA Tour were wearing trendy, bell-bottom trousers and tournaments were offering $150,000 in prize money. Touring pros now wear pants and events offer an average of $600,000 in prize money.

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User Review  - Lauri - Goodreads

Clearly a book written in a different era, and certainly not for everyone. I listened to this while packing up my house, which it was perfect for. Some of the language is 100% offensive (as I said ... Read full review

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User Review  - Eric Olson - Goodreads

A great book and if you get a chance to see the made for HBO movie, do it, it's a fantastic movie. Read full review


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Dan Jenkins is the author of several novels and nonfiction books, including Rude Behavior, Semi-Tough, and Fairways and Greens. He is the sponsor of his own charity golf tournament, The Dan Jenkins Goat Hills Partnership, which attracts players from around the world. His column in "Golf Digest" remains its most popular feature. Jenkins divides his time between Fort Worth, Texas, and New York City.

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