by John Feinstein
Hardcover, 343 pages, Little Brown & Co, List Price: $26.99 |
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An account of the 2005 PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament shares the stories of the players who competed for thirty coveted Q School positions, offering insight into their successes and failures as well as the event's grueling initial stages and finals.
May 15, 2007 Plenty of people wish they could play golf for a living, but few are good enough to do it. Golfers who want to compete against the best must first play in the PGA Tour National Qualifying Tournament, known as Q School.
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