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Encore: November 7, 2003


Don Wade and his book
Take Dead Aim

Don Wade is a former editor at Golf Digest and Player Magazine as well as the author of several popular golf books including, And Then Justin Told Sergio and Talking on Tour. Don has put together a thriller for his first novel. His characters closely parallel those in today's golf world.

Video duration: 5:02
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Bradley Klein and his book
Discovering Donald Ross: The Architect and his Golf Courses

Brad Klein's Discovering Donald Ross: The Architect and his Golf Courses, is a monumental work on this monumental figure in golf. The text is rich in detail, and the book is filled with old drawings, maps and photographs of many of Donald Ross' most famous courses - several of which have been the site of numerous major championships over the years. From Oakland Hills in Michigan, to Oak Hill in New York.

Video duration: 5:33
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David Joy and his book
Scrapbook of Old Tom Morris

David Joy wrote the Scrapbook of Old Tom Morris, a best seller for Clocktower Press. David is a St. Andrews, Scotland resident and actor. He performs his one-man act on the life of Old Tom Morris, one of the most famous golf personalities in all of Scotland, all over England. In our interview, David gets into character to describe his work. It is a magical show.
Video duration: 5:43
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Dennis Walters and his book
"In My Dreams I Walk With You

At age 24, Dennis Walters was dreaming of playing one day on the PGA Tour. After all, he had played well enough in Open events and toured South Africa playing against the likes of Gary Player and Nick Price. Then one day, a tragic golf cart accident ended that dream and left him paralyzed from the waist down, never again to walk on his own two legs. Now, Walters takes The Dennis Walters Show to PGA Tour, Senior PGA, LPGA, Nike Tour, and USGA events as well as junior golf events, charity tournaments, club functions, and corporate outings. In our interview we also get a chance to see his dog, Benji Hogan do his thing. This is some dog. It is a terrific show and one that will inspire you.
Video duration: 5:42
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Ron Garland and his book with Brian Hewitt
Golf Nuts: You've Got To Be Committed


Thad Gutowski talks with Ron Garland who founded the Golf Nuts Society in 1986. Golf Nuts - You've Got To Be Committed is an in-depth recounting of the founding of the Society and an intimate look into the mind of the man (Garland) who started "the most unique golf association in the world." All golfers are at least a little nuts about the game, and because of that, every golfer will be able to relate to the zany antics of the members of the Golf Nuts Society. These are otherwise perfectly normal human beings and you will identify with them because you've done many of the same things as these self-professed "Golf Nuts."
Video duration: 3:07

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Sidney L. Matthew and his book
The Life and Times of Bobby Jones

Sidney L. Matthew talks about the book Robert T. Jones IV calls "...the best book ever written about my grandfather." Matthew includes hundreds of vintage photographs to illustrate the major chapters in Jones' life: his childhood, his golfing career culminating in the Grand Slam, the making of Hollywood films, designing and producing golf clubs for Spalding, the writing of books and articles, designing and building Augusta National, participation in World War II, establishing the The Masters, and his unmatched strength and character in fighting a debilitating spinal disease that crippled him in later life.
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