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Son of Paleface
on 19 November 2010
The book has good intentions, but it fails in my opinion.
Those of you of an age to remember Bob Hope in Son of Paleface will remember all the bits of advice he was given when challenged to a gun fight. Naturally he got so much he was confused. That's what this book did for me.
I won't fault the individual pages, as the work that went into the book is impressive, but without something to really organise and prioritise the individual tips and lessons I just found that I was getting confused.
This is a heavy book, in every sense of the word. I now realise that golf books should be limited to about 20 pages max.