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'Play It Where It Lies!': How to Win at the Game of Life with the Rules of Golf Paperback – 24 Dec 2007

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Golf is a wonderful metaphor for life and Peavy has captured it and wrapped it in an enjoyable read. Like the game of golf, the journey of life is seen by Peavy as a challenge for character and morals. The rules of the game, like the rules of life, help us to meet the challenge. As the Men's Golf Coach for Victor Valley College for 20 years, I find that Don Peavy's book evokes thinking and musing in the same manner as the works by Deepak Chopra (Golf for Enlightenment) and M. Scott Peck (Golf and the Spirit). -- Bill Bachofner, Victor Valley College

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Don E. Peavy, Sr., PhD. teaches religious studies at California State University at Long Beach and Victor Valley College. He also teaches philosophy, ethics, and religion at the University of Phoenix, Southern California Division, and theology and divinity courses via the Internet for Canyon College. He holds degrees in law and ministry, and attained his Ph.D. in religious studies from Hamilton University. He is the author of several novels as well as a book on Christian ethics entitled, What Must I Do?: Bridging the Gap Between Being and Doing.

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