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I’M HONORED TO BE LISTED in Golf Assessor’s 50 best golf books, here. The site ranks the golf books from 1 to 50. THE LONGEST SHOT squeezed into the top 10. Here’s what Golf Assessor said:
Perhaps one of the greatest sporting upsets of all time. NBC-TV claimed that Ben Hogan had won the 1955 US Open after he tapped in on the final hole. But little-known Jack Fleck, still out on the course, clawed his way back from nowhere, and made the clutchest of putts to force a playoff with his idol. It was one he went on to win, and subsequently etched his place in history. A brilliant tale of an impossible journey, against impossible odds, where the human spirit triumphed.
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Neil, this is great…well deserved! John
Well deserved. Fantastic book!