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John Feinstein is the master sports writer. He has a way of putting things into words unlike any other. That said, this was the most depressing book I've read since Frankenstein. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark W.
Really good look behind the scenes as young (and not so young) hopefuls try to make it to the pga tour.Published 4 months ago by Bressel Jones
Some great stories and background. A real test of perseverance!Published 5 months ago by Kevin R. Barrett
I have to confess – even though I’ve been a fan of professional golf for almost 15 years, I rarely gave much thought to how the players made it into the ‘big leagues’. Read morePublished 12 months ago by HoneyBadgerReviews
Probably one of the top three golf books ever written...Feinstein takes you inside the Q school experience. Read morePublished 12 months ago by J. John Sebastian Attorney
John's books about sports..especially golf are very entertaining quick reads...I've read them allPublished 18 months ago by P McDermott
Painful but interesting stories of the Q school model. Thankfully, they ended this torturous process! A good glimpse of the trials and tribulations of the 5th major.Published 19 months ago by Michael P. Walsh
OK, I'm seven years late in reviewing this book after its copyright date, so be it. I bought it used. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Timothy R. Sullivan