"In the hands of veteran Canadian golf scribe Lorne Rubenstein, Norman's life comes to the fore with respect and admiration." --"GolfWeek" (April 13, 2012)
"In "Moe & Me", Lorne Rubenstein gracefully interweaves his personal golfing journey with the life and playing career of Moe Norman. . . . "Moe & Me" is a satisfying addition to the lore on Canada's golfing genius." --"National Post "(April 7, 2012)
"Lorne spent a lot of time with Moe, and there's no better person to share his uniqueness. Golfers will enjoy reading about Moe and the people and game he influenced." --Mike Weir, 2003 Masters champion
"Lorne Rubenstein is one of the game's great historians as well as being a wonderful journalist. Moe Norman is arguably one of the most interesting men to play professional golf, and Lorne has captured him brilliantly." --Sean Foley, swing coach for Tiger Woods, Hunter Mahan, Justin Rose and many others
"Lorne Rubenstein depicts Moe Norman compassionately, from his quirky personality to his unusual swing. I count myself fortunate that I saw Moe with my own eyes, and that now, through Lorne's sensitive portrait, I can see him again." --Ben Crenshaw, 1984 and 1995 Masters champion
"Lorne Rubenstein grew up following in the fairy dust scattered by the incomparable Norman, and his lovely memoir of their friendship, "Moe & Me", will move you by its deep understanding of this uniquely colorful man and his solitary genius." --James Dodson; author; "American Triumvirate", "Final Rounds", and "The Modern Age of Golf"
"For the last three decades, the only swings that PGA Tour players talked about with respect were Ben Hogan's and Moe Norman's. Lorne Rubenstein's sad and joyous book now guarantees that the pros will be talking about Moe for another thirty years." --Bradley S. Klein, Architecture editor, "Golfweek"