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Thoroughly well-researched, and entertaining in the way you presented so many fabulous quotes - many of which I've read through the years. Quotes that stick to you, and make you think.

I think of the great golfers I have met - luckily so, and have been so lucky to hear from them. You have done a great job combining their thoughts - through their unique personalities. It's a great game!

-   Ben Crenshaw

19-time PGA Tour winner including the 1984 & 1995 Masters


A Golf Historian

This book contains over 40+ quotes and 90 references from members of the World Golf Hall of Fame. You’ll be hard pressed to find information about Alex Morrison, ‘Wild Bill’ Mehlhorn, Henry Picard, Joe Kirkwood, Jack Burke Jr. and Bobby Locke in any other book. From Greg Norman, you'll learn the true meaning of the game of golf. From Old Tom Morris you'll learn where to aim your chin. From Alistar MacKenzie his golf course design beliefs. You'll have the opportunity to step back in time and learn what the masters of the game thought or more importantly. . .what they felt. Between the pages, you'll find the philosophies of four legendary instructors. These nuggets of information are still applicable today.

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From the Inside Out ebook layout and golf club with cup of coffee and green plant leaf.
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Thank you s-o-o-o much for your Inside Out book. First, you appropriately

write about talented/gifted/historical golfers during your era, anecdotes,

detailed contributions regarding teaching/coaching knowledge

and skills sets professional golfers must possess to be a competitive

world class golfer. Thank you for preserving your personal timeless

contribution to the great game of golf - the greatest game in the world.

Well done! Congratulations!

Ken Morton Sr. - PGA of America Master Professional
PGA of America Northern California Chapter - Hall of Fame inductee 2005
National PGA Horton Smith Award for PGA Education
Golf Digest Magazine Top 72 Most Important People in the Golf Industry

What an interesting book! With a little bit of everything - teaching, history, anecdotes. Bravo!

Jim Nantz - CBS Sports

The best golf book I've ever read.

Dick Lotz - 50-year PGA Professional -Played 14 years on the PGA Tour & 3 years on the Senior Tour. 3 time PGA Tour winner.

I found this book to be very well written and quite interesting.

Gary Plato - Half Century Member of the PGA of America 
Held multiple BOD positions PGA 1970 - 2010
1978 Horton Smith Award Winner
2010 Northern California PGA Super Senior Player of the Year
2019 Northern California PGA Hall of Fame Inductee

"Man, there's ton of work that was put into assembling this book. It's truly the best golf book I've ever read."

Jim McMurtrey -  Member of the Northern California Golf Association Hall of Fame - class of 2022. Low amateur in the 1989 U.S. Senior Open.

 As a golfer of 60 years and having read over a hundred different books regarding golf, I put Mr. I.B. Nobody in my top five.  He combines a blend of wonderful instructions and creative storytelling.

Jim Obermeyer - Kailua, HI

This book is a historical weave of golf lessons from the masters of days gone by. Very interesting reading. . . quotes about the fundamentals from Hagen, Jones, Sarazen, Snead, Hogan, Byron Nelson, Palmer, Nicklaus & over 40 World Golf Hall of Fame members. Good stuff.

Schylo Jones - Pacific Grove, CA

When you read it, have a club handy because it's the kind of book
you go through slowly, practicing a little as you read. He pulls from all the great players and teachers and his own insights. It's golf from the ground up and there is a lot of history, too.

Susan Churchill - Aptos, CA

Your book is great. You did a fantastic job both with the research and stating your comments. It's a genuine treasure, whether the reader is into golf or not. One can't put it down. So much good stuff. And that it's a non-profit somehow adds to its worth.

Robert Hansen - Denton, Texas

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There's not a golf book in publication that has this type of information emanating from the best players and legendary instructors in the history of the game between its pages. It's a smorgasbord of quotes from the game's best. For those that learn visually, the pictures and diagrams alone will give you a greater understanding of the golf swing.

If you're a fan of golf history you'll enjoy this book. 
The best part of purchasing this book? 88% of the proceeds will be evenly distributed to:
  * The First Tee
  * Ben Hogan Foundation
  * Jim Langley Scholarship Fund
  * Lucious Bateman Foundation

The other 12% will go to the lawyers, St. Jude's, and administrative costs.

A golfers hand hold a ball on a golf tee.

I believe in legacies. I believe in major championships. I believe in big events, and comparisons to historical figures of the past.

Tiger Woods - Juniper Island, FL



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