As Close As You’ll Get To Tiger: A Review Of Rubenstein’s Latest

By John Gordon/ Courtesy Golf Canada

If you’re a Tiger Woods fan, you will not be disappointed by The 1997 Masters: My Story (256 pages, Grand Central Publishing) which was released on Monday, March 20. Actually, you don’t need to keep reading this. Just buy the book.

But if you’re more a fan of the fine and literate writing we have been accustomed to during the long and highly respected career of Tiger’s collaborator on the book, Lorne Rubenstein, well, you might want to read on.

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Book Review: America’s St. Andrews

Alfie Lau/iG - If you don’t have the coin to golf Chambers Bay, site of the 2015 US Open, then this might be the best alternative. And at $40, it gives you many hours of enjoyment and sheer wonderment that an old sand and gravel pit in the middle of literally nowhere will be hosting the Pacific Northwest’s first US Open in less than nine months.

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