Category Archives: Golf Essays

Four Golf Books for Any Golfer’s Library

For holiday-shopping procrastinators looking for a last-minute something to get the golfer in the family (courtesy of Amazon and free UPS delivery), here are some reading choices.

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Why Golf? Someone Asked. Why, Indeed?

(ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.) Aug. 29, 2012 — Why golf, an old friend asked after we reconnected after 30 years. “You weren’t a golfer when I knew you. Golf just doesn’t fit with who you were.”

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Mickelson’s Debacle: We’ve All Been There

(ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.) April 12, 2012 — Lee Trevino once said, “Miss ’em quick, they hurt less.” Phil Mickelson’s disaster showed he was clearly paying attention at the 2012 Masters.

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