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Monty: The Autobiography Hardcover – 17 May 2012
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The story of both a prodigious talent and a complex personality. It is a book about one of the greatest golfing characters in the world trying to achieve the necessary personal and professional balance. (WOMEN & GOLF)
I enjoyed the read immensely, especially as the book includes an intriguing question and answer chapter. This is a welcome addition as Monty gives us his views on subjects as diverse as the belly putter, golf in the 2016 Olympics and tips for winter golfers. (GOLF MAGIC.COM)
Golfing legend Colin Montgomerie was Europe's top golfer for seven years in a row and his newly published autobiography, Monty, reveals what continues to drive Monty and the part his golfing family played in his successful career. (CHOICE)
He offers some interesting thoughts about what the future might hold for him, admitting he's now targeting a 'Senior Grand Slam' after hinting not long ago that he might play very little over-50s golf when he becomes eligible in a year's time. (THE SCOTSMAN)
Monty certainly has a lot to say, and this makes enjoyable reading (GOOD BOOK GUIDE)
A good account which golf fanatics will get a lot out of. (SUNDAY BUSINESS POST MAGAZINE)
Autobiography of triumphant Ryder Cup captain and great golfer, Colin Montgomerie.See all Product description
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Peter Lawrie must be delighted to have won the 1999 Open, although I suspect Paul Lawrie must be a bit bummed that he had to play the shots on Peter's behalf....!!!
If you've read his previous autobiography there's really no need to get this one.
Monty's golfing achievements are not in doubt. Unfortunately his lack of sincerity and his inability to respect, empathise or to have normal everyday relationships with other people, who he obviously feels intrinsically superior to, rears its ugly head throughout. Somehow even when he's trying his hardest to be nice it still doesn't work.
Jim Bob. An unashamed Monty fan.
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