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Out Of The Rough

Author : Steve Williams
ISBN : 0735232776
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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With 150 wins to his name, Steve Williams is one of the most successful caddies of the modern era. From his modest start in freelancing his way around the world's golf courses, he became a man in demand, working with some of the golfing world's best. Greg Norman, Raymond Floyd, Terry Gale, Ian Baker-Finch, and Adam Scott all benefitted from the knowledge, experience, and honesty for which Williams is known. Williams is perhaps best known, however, for his triumphant thirteen years on the bag of Tiger Woods. Together, Woods and Williams won more than 80 tournaments--with 13 major championships among them. But it wasn't all celebrations. Despite his best efforts, Williams could only watch as Woods fell from the podium, his game in decline--ignorant of the scandal about to make headlines around the world that would nearly ruin Tiger's pro career. In this candid book, Williams tells the stories of golf's elites that you won't hear anywhere else--the highs and lows of their careers, and the critical role of a caddie in both spots. Bold and entertaining, his story offers a rare insider's view of the professional golfing world.

Steve Williams Out Of The Rough

Author : Steve Williams
ISBN : 9781743487099
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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One of the most successful caddies of the modern era, Kiwi Steve Williams has worked alongside a number of the world's best golfers, including spending 13 years on the bag of Tiger Woods. Together, Woods and Williams won more than 80 tournaments - 13 major championships among them. In his long-awaited autobiography, Williams shares stories from his years working with Woods as well as other golfing greats, Greg Norman, Raymond Floyd, Ian Baker-Finch and Adam Scott, among them. Williams reflects on the highs and lows of these players' careers, and provides a unique insight into the relationship between golfer and caddy, and a rare insider's view of the professional golfing world.

Out Of The Rough

Author : Reader in Employment Relations Steve Williams, Gol
ISBN : 0735232792
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The Big Miss

Author : Hank Haney
ISBN : 9780307985989
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A noted golf instructor who worked with Tiger Woods discusses his experiences with the golfer, who was at the top of his game until a public scandal threw him off track.

Slaying The Tiger

Author : Shane Ryan
ISBN : 9780553390681
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Taking readers through the 2014 season, it reports on the new talents arriving on the green to dethrone golf's recognized kings and reshape the traditionally old-fashioned sport for a new generation

His Father S Son

Author : Tom Callahan
ISBN : 9781101476536
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A revealing and intimate biography of the man who influenced Tiger Woods the most-his father, Earl Woods Tiger Woods has been with us since he appeared on "The Mike Douglas Show" as a two-year-old, hitting golf balls for Bob Hope. In the three decades since, he established himself as the most dominant golfer of all time and became the wealthiest athlete on the planet. And beside him was his father and best friend, Earl Woods. In His Father's Son, bestselling author Tom Callahan recounts the life of Earl Dennison Woods and his son. Callahan recounts Earl's boyhood in Manhattan, Kansas, his days as a star baseball player at Kansas State, and his military career with the special forces. He details Earl's final tour in Vietnam, where he became close friends with a South Vietnamese operative named Tiger Phong. Earl picked up golf after his retirement from the military, and when he became a father for the last time, his son-another Tiger-would watch him hit balls from his high chair. As soon as Tiger could stand, he was swinging a golf club. Under Earl's tutelage, he went on to the most storied amateur career in golf history. He was a millionaire the day he announced he was going pro. Callahan follows Tiger through every one of his major championship wins, discussing his complex and ever-changing relationship with his father. He places Tiger into the context of golf history, detailing his chase of Nicklaus's records and his interactions with fellow pros. He reveals that Tiger stepped away from golf after his father's death, and examines Tiger's recent troubles in light of his father's own womanizing. Written in lyric prose and based on interviews with Earl, Tiger, and dozens of insiders, Callahan reveals in His Father's Son the man who made Tiger who he is.

Golf At The Top With Steve Williams

Author : Steve Williams
ISBN : 1569755272
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Developed during his years of caddying for the world's top golfers, the most successful caddy of all time illustrates how to get into a cycle of constant improvement for lower golf scores, including quick tips for immediate gain, along with a full mind-training regimen for achieving a higher state of confidence and concentration. Original. 25,000 first printing.

Tiger

Author : John Strege
ISBN : 9780307756916
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Record-breaking media sensation Tiger Woods has moved beyond the fairway to take the world by storm. After becoming the first golfer in history to win three straight U.S. Amateur titles, his win at the 1997 Masters Tournament gave him a permanent place in the record book: youngest player to win, lowest score ever, and first African-American player to win. In Tiger, John Strege, golf writer and longtime friend with unparalled access to Woods and his family, takes us behind the scenes of this incredible life--from the time Tiger picked up a golf club at age nine months, to his first hole in one at age six, to his unprecedented domination of junior, amateur, and now high-stakes professional golf. Packed with personal anecdotes from family, friends, teammates, and coaches, as well as what it's like to play on a course with Tiger from golf greats such as Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer, Tiger provides a riveting shot-by-shot account of Woods's life up through the 1997 season. It details the unshakable relationship with his parents, the racial issues that have surrounded him, and the string of almost mythical successes that have carried him all the way to Niketown. A role model for young and old alike, Tiger Woods and his story will capture the minds and hearts of sports fans everywhere. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Playing Through

Author : Earl Woods
ISBN : 006270222X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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At the heart of Tiger Woods' accomplishments is the special bond he shares with his father, mentor and first goal coach, Earl Woods. In Playing Through, Tiger's dad shares the never-before-told story of the Woods family. Part autobiography and part ultimate insider's biography of Tiger, Playing Through is Earl Woods' opportunity to have his say and pass on lessons he has learned along the way. For the first time, Earl faces the critics and cynics, addressing head-on the controversies and rumors that have grabbed headlines. In this brutally honest account of life with Tiger, Earl reveals how Tiger struggled to adapt to life as a pro, the racial attacks and hate mail, the painful sacrifices the family made throughout the years and the real reasons Tiger left Stanford after just two years. He also tells the untold story of what happened the night before Tiger's Masters' victory and the unique philosophy behind all of Tiger's actions, professional and personal. Earl also shares his own stunning story. Raised by his sister after losing both of his parents by the time he was 13, he chose the military over a promising baseball career. He reveals the racial barriers that tortured him throughout his Army days, how he found his calling in the Green Berets and shocking details about his two tours of duty in Vietnam, where he met and befriended the original "Tiger," for whom his famous son is named. Woven throughout his recollections is the legacy of his mother and the lessons she imparted to him about family, faith and hard work -- all of which helped Earl to nurture and guide his son's talent. A tribute to Tiger, to the powerful role of family and the bonds between fathers and sons and to the sport that has made so much possible for the Woods family, Earl's words will inspire all of us to work hard, dream big and "play through" life's challenges.

Champagne Tony Lema

Author : Bill Roland
ISBN : 0991129318
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Although he nearly captured Rookie-of-the-Year honors on the PGA Tour in 1958, Tony Lema of San Leandro, CA struggled for five grueling years before a major breakout in the fall of 1962. Celebrating his first PGA Tour victory at the Orange County Open, the handsome, former Marine with a playboy reputation became know as Champagne Tony when he uncorked bottles of champagne for the press. Find out about the changes he made in his golf game and in his life as he quickly became one of the top golfers in the world. Read about his exciting challenge to Jack Nicklaus in the 1963 Masters and his unbelievable streak in the summer of 1964 when he won four tournaments in a six-week stretch, highlighted by his triumph in the British Open at St. Andrews, Scotland. You will discover how he used a borrowed putter and a borrowed caddy to launch himself to the top in the world of golf. Read about his unbelievable winning percentage in the two Ryder Cup teams he played on in 1963 and 1965. In a hotel room in Minneapolis, a successful PGA Tour player challenged Tony Lema to straighten out his life and become a top golfer on the Tour. That same year, 1961, a dejected Tony Lema visited with a former Masters champion and received advice on his putting that catapulted him to the top of the leaderboards across the country. On an airline flight from Dallas to San Francisco, Tony met someone who had the biggest impact on his game and on his life. Enjoy reading about Champagne Tony Lema s exciting journey from boyhood to one of the tour s most respected players.

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