A Good Walk Spoiled: Days and Nights on the PGA Tour is one of John Feinstein's best books. It is an insiders-story about the lives of famous and not so famous people associated with the PGA. Over the course of one year the author follows Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Mike Donald, John Daly, and Jeff Sluman among others across the U.S.
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Mr. Feinstein is able to convey the professionalism, the fun, the hysteria, the toil and the frustration felt by the touring golf professionals as they go about their routines during the golf season. As close as the average golf fan can get to know what it is like to walk in their spikes. It is a good book for golf fans and a good way for new fans of the game to learn more.
The review of this Book prepared by David Fletcher