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Moe & Me: Encounters with Moe Norman, Golf's Mysterious Genius Paperback – April 1, 2012
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Rubenstein is not just a hack regurgitating gossip about a golfer. He studied psychology, knew Norman since he was a kid and he's a writer not prone to exaggeration or sensationalism.
This is an honest, in-depth, warts-and-all study of one of the most puzzling players in the history of golf. No one will ever come as close to understanding and explaining Moe.
Well worth reading.
Only a small coterie of trusted friends were made welcome into Moe's life. One of few who got close to Moe on a regular basis was Lorne Rubenstein, a vastly experienced, golf writer who happens to have a Masters Degree in Psychology. For years, Lorne wanted to write a book about Moe but it took him a long time to complete the project in a way that would be worthy of Moe's memory. He has certainly managed to do it - it's a first class read. With 'thousands' of golf books under my belt, I ought to know! There's no gossip to be found in Moe & Me - just a meditation on the mysteries of the mind, a game, and the intersection of the two.
A simple book that I couldn't put down. It helps that I'm an avid golfer and have heard his name forever.
Just what the book should be.
I love that Snead was scared of him.
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My husband found this book to be fascinating. He can relate to Moe's nontraditional golf swing and he enjoyed learning about this unique character.Published 1 month ago by S. Osborn
If you love golf this is a must read. The most amazing true story of an amazing golfer ever.Published 11 months ago by Michael Kanikula
Enjoyed the book. Gave me a sense of the uniqueness of Moe Norman as an individual and golfer. L. Rubenstein did a good job of profiling Norman. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Stanley Matuszewski
Very informative book regarding Moe's conflicts with the PGA as it was in the 40's, 50's, 60's. How he was misunderstood and berated-sad story but he triumphed in the end!Published 16 months ago by Jeanice M