(KINDLE) [Golf Freek One Man's uest to Play as Many Rounds of Golf as Possible For Free] by Steve Eubanks
Ve this book Full of good humanity and lots of craziness Working with the Wounded Warriors projects Eubanks is speaking with a Marine Gunny about some of the wounded vets they are holding a golf clinictournament forAre they actually going back It
s one thing to want to but Most are yeah Ken said We had this one id one thing to want to but Most are yeah Ken said We had this one id who had his entire forehead blown off Pretty amazing but he didn t have any brain damage The bone around. Parts to himself”Along the way he tells some of the world’s greatest golf stories funny touching bizarre and sometimes
"Personal From His Rounds With "from his rounds with Palmer to his hole in one in the Chinese town where his daughter was born These tales taken together "ADD UP TO ONE OF THE "up to one of the revealing books about From the Hardcover editi. ,
I now nothing about golf nor do i now who steve eubanks is but this book was uite enjoyable my father in law gave it to me said it had some good stories and it certainly did however the premise of the book is a little misleading the point is not to actually play as many free games of golf as the author can but rather to play a whole bunch of free golf and write a book about the experiences and people encountered along the. Steve Eubanks lives on a golf course spends most of his time with "A Golf Club In "golf club in hand and simply cannot pass a course without playing it In Golf Freek he chronicles his travels around the globe for the sole purpose of playing
AS MUCH FREE GOLF THE OPERATIVE WORD BEING FREEmuch free golf the operative word being free as many interesting places and with as many interest.
Steve Eubanks ✓ 1 READ & DOWNLOADJourney eubanks covers a lot "Of Ground On Multiple Continents "ground on multiple continents with various golf greats like arnold palmer as well as no names whose stories are just as intriguing as the big names he s engaging and funny but serious and reflective when he needs to be if you like golf you ll probably like this book and you ll probably like it even if you don t like golf Absolutely hilarious If you like golf even a little bit you ll lo. Ing people as possible As Steve himself says “This book is not some mystic search to find
my soul through a ball and stick metaphor It’s about me the golfsoul through a ball and stick metaphor It’s about me the golf sponging free golf It’s a mixture of On the Road without the booze hookers guns and poverty and Rick Reilly’s Who’s Your Caddy with John Daly eeping his private.