Most helpful positive review
Very Timely Topic Well Told
on February 21, 2007
John Corrigan has come up with an intriguing look inside the world of the PGA Tour (again) and what he sees is troublesome. In this 5th novel involving PGA touring pro, Jack Austin, Corrigan confronts the issue of the use of performance enhancing drugs and the response of the tour's policy makers to the threat it poses.
All of Corrigan's Jack Austin mysteries have a very authentic ring to them and this one is no exception as well as being extremely timely.
Golf courses are getting longer, but so are the players. Is it the equipment? The Ball? The conditioning programs?
Or in some cases, is it something they ingest?
That's the question that is troubling some in this book as events unfold and the mystery deepens. The PGA Tour is not all fairways and greens. In some cases it is danger and death.
This is a well done story which will hold your interest whether you know Tiger Woods from Tony the Tiger or not.