So begins the subtitle to the latest golf-read to hit the bookshelves.
The Scorecard Always Lies- written by Chris Lewis, forecaddies its readers through the 2006 PGA Tour season.
Written in a similar-tone to the venerable tome A Good Walk Spoiled, Chris Lewis seamlessly blends the season into 14 don't-bother-me-son,-can't-you-see-I'm-reading-here chapters that encompass everything you didn't know-but wanted too, about the golfers that comprise the PGA Tour.
There is cart-path cred to backup Chris Lewis, as he has been covering golf for over 10 years, and now contributes the majority of his work for Sports illustrated.
The Scorecard Always Lies hurries the reader past all the stats and final round numbers...shuffles you past the brightly lit pressroom of sterile soundbites...and puts you right next to a fly.
That's right...a fly on the wall, as you are given an exclusive behind-the-ropes- look (with pictures!) at some of the Tours best-of's in 2006.
Thanks to the good folks at Simon & Schuster for the opportunity to read such a fantastic biography of one year in the history of The Tour. The timing to read it was fantastic, as I finished the book in my wife's room...delivery room that is...
Being just like a fly on the wall. :-)
Thanks for reading. Keep it in the short-grass,
The last golf book I read was "Who's Your Caddy?" I think I might pick this one up next time I'm at the book store thanks to your blog.
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