Not only is this book a very good look into the man's psyche it is also a good look into our game as well.
Lorne Rubenstein does a wonderful job exploring who Moe Norman was--and what he meant to the people who knew him--with a great deal of respect and affection.
I understand that the book is titled "Moe & Me," but Rubenstein focuses way too much on the "& Me" and not enough on the "Moe."
Moving and deeply stimulating. Wish i could have known him just a bit and to have seen him hit the ball.Published 15 days ago by michael
I first became aware of Moe Norman by reading an article about him in a golf magazine a long time ago. It was a good article but I would have liked to learn more about Moe. Read morePublished 24 days ago by James Ogden
A great read with lots of anecdotal scenery of the very colorful Moe.Published 1 month ago by William Fleet
Moe knew that the only thing that mattered in life is how you while it away. Life is just a temporary trip that ends in the ground. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bill Daily
A very readable book for golf enthusiasts. Rubenstein's paean to one of golf's lesser-known great players and most interesting characters.Published 2 months ago by David Laufer
Great story. Great to get more insight into one of the greatest ball strikers of all time.Published 2 months ago by Humberto Daza Jr
The book was good but not great. I understand that the author needed to relate some of his own experiences to tell Moe's story, but at times it almost felt like the story was about... Read morePublished 4 months ago by waterboy 61
Ok to read . expected more. I really would have liked to have met MOE and hope that a book this book would meet that end. Not really.Published 6 months ago by upside down pink elephant