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Reflections on the Game by [Hauser, Thomas, Palmer, Arnold]
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  • File Size: 730 KB
  • Print Length: 15 pages
  • Publication Date: March 13, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007L4XOWE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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Why do we love to play the game? Arnold gives us his answer in this short essay from 1994. Interestingly, during a period when no one golfer stood out, he predicted that a great golfer would come along and beat everyone. The rest is history.
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Arnold Palmers essay cuts to the essence of what the game means to those of us that play and love golf. His comparison of golf to other sports is right on. He points out that this sport is unique in the way we self govern our own play enforcing the rules as need be. Lastly he talks about specific players that have impacted not only the game but the ordinary people they have come in contact with. I think anything that Mr. Palmer might write would only be him giving of himself because that's what he is all about.
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This is really a love letter from Palmer to the sport of golf – and it is heartening to read.

His affection and gratitude to the sport is immeasurable. His insights are just that – insightful.

He reminds us of the enduring integrity of golf as a forger of character. Anyone who spends time on a course would do well to read Palmer’s musings.

I only wish he had written more!
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I little short of engrossing. It seems like an attempt at using one of history's great names for commercial use only. I doubt if Mr. Palmer was keen on this re-hash.
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This is a good condensed version of Arnold's Life Accomplishments and Player accomplishment review. There is a lack of personal insight.
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I knew I should've just bought the book outright, an amazing story about an amazing guy. This will be a great read leading up to the Masters.
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Perspectives of a legend on the more esoteric qualities of the game. Puts your Saturday round in perspective. Good reminder of the social morality of the game for all of us. Sometimes we forget.
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Good thoughts from a classic golfer. The essay is from 1994 so is a bit dated, but as a result also is a bit prophetic in ways the reader can see. A quick read most golfers will enjoy.
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