Quirky Golf Fiction...
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Classic adventure novel. According to Wikipedia: "Edward Sylvester Ellis (April 11, 1840June 20, 1916) was an American author who was born in Ohio and died at Cliff Island, Maine. Ellis was a teacher, school administrator, and journalist, but his most notable work was that that he performed as author of hundreds of dime novels that he produced…
Ben Richards lives for the weekend when he can have fun with his eccentric friends at the golf course affectionately nicknamed Hackin' Oaks. The hapless hacker is miraculously transformed into a PGA-caliber golfer when struck on the head by a wayward ball. This incident changes the direction of his life, both on and off the course.
Now living every golf addict's fantasy as a pro, Ben is befriended by both the top-ranked player in the world and the most powerful man in the industry. He feels invincible. Then tragedy strikes.
Forced to adapt to new challenges, he realizes there's more to life than just golf. By adopting an alternative lifestyle that few would choose, Ben learns the true value of friendship and community before resuming his passionate affair with the grand old game.
[Print length: 214 pages]