Jack Nicklaus: Golf's Greatest Champion

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Sports Pub, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 250 pages
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Jack Nicklaus: Golf's Greatest Champion is an intimately penned biography following the life and times of the Golden Bear. Mark Shaw takes the reader on a trip through history from Jack Nicklaus's childhood and early golf training with his mentor, Jack Grout, to his success on the Senior PGA Tour. Along the way, the reader finds anecdotes from Nicklaus's family, closest friends, golf rivals, and associates; career statistics; and analysis of Nicklaus's playing theories. Shaw paints a portrait for the reader of Jack, the golfer; Jack, the family man; and Jack, the golf course designer and businessman. With the energy of a life-long fan, Shaw concludes the book with arguments why Jack Nicklaus should be recognized as the greatest golfer in the history of the sport.

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Shaw has worked as a criminal defense lawyer in the Midwest and practiced entertainment law in Los Angeles.

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