Ragonnet . . . allows golf and life to illuminate each other with humor and zest. Highly recommended. -- From Library Journal
From the Back Cover
"If you play golf, you have to read this book. It will make you a better golfer, whether it improves your score or not. It will help you understand the game better than you ever have before."
-- Mike Greenberg,
cohost of ESPN's Mike & Mike in the Morning
"James Ragonnet's book will rouse you from your golfing slumber and awaken your golfing potential. This book is fun to read, as well as thought-provoking."
-- J. Michael Veron,
author of The Greatest Player Who Never Lived
"A new voice for an ancient game. Ragonnet's insight opens doors and breaks down barriers. The lessons he teaches produce not only better golfers but better people, too."
-- Bo Links,
author of Follow the Wind
and Riverbank Tweed and Roadmap Jenkins: Tales from the Caddie Yard
"This book has wisdom that will help both your game and your life. What more could you ask for?"
-- from the afterword by Thomas Moore,
author of Care of the Soul
"I really enjoyed this book. It forced me to really think about why I play the game, and how I play it. Particularly at a time when I was getting very caught up in swing theory and technical stuff, I found it very helpful. I'm a professional playing mini tour events in the UK. At this level results are everything and it is all too easy to let your focus on the score suck all the enjoyment out of the game. This book helped me regain my perspective and get back to playing the game for the right reasons. I like the fact that it is a collection of thoughts that I can dip in and out of, consider and come back to. I would recommend this book to anyone who plays the game. It will not only help you become a better player, but understand yourself better off the course as well."
-- Sam Jarman,
British professional golfer