Golf Tales for Christmas

Golf Tales for Christmas 1I got one golf-related gift for Christmas: a little golf book authored by Don Wade called “And Then Jack Said to Arnie …” The subtitle is “A Collection of the Greatest True Golf Stores of All Time.”

And when I say little I mean teeny tiny. This hardcover measures about two inches by three inches. It’s not much bigger than a cell phone.

This book has been around since the 1990s, but the miniature version came out a few years ago. It’s a good gift for anybody who can’t get enough golf and likes a story.

My mini version has stories about Augusta National, Winston Churchill, Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy, Howard Hughes, Bing Crosby, Jack Lemmon, Byron Nelson, Lee Trevino, Willie Nelson and a few more.

The Armchair Golfer

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Neil Sagebiel

2 thoughts on “Golf Tales for Christmas”

  1. Sounds like a great book. I got a book titled A Golfer’s Dream. It is about a normal guy that networked his way into playing all of the Golf Digest Top 100 courses.

    You will have to share any good stories from the book.


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