Dead solid perfect

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Atheneum, Oct 1, 1974 - Fiction - 234 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  - cabridges - LibraryThing

Big fan of Dan Jenkins. Loved Semi-Tough and Life It's Ownself. But this fell surprisingly flat for me, seeming like an outline for a great book more than an actual book. It didn't have the detail ... Read full review

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User Review  - Linda M - Goodreads

Hmm. . . well I didn't even read the first page b/c I picked it up for a little blurb and found this totally not my kind of book. Too foul and attempting to be funny about a game I care nothing about. I must be careful about getting book recommendations from talk show hosts in the future. Read full review

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