A thoughtful work offering his insights and experiences as an avid recreational golfer
Leamon Boddie, a senior citizen and lifelong Alabama resident who took up the game of golf in his early thirties, has completed his new book “Driver First: My Perspective”: a thought-provoking discussion of various golf clubs and their respective roles in the success of the game.
This book was written by someone who came to golf late. He has a conflicted look back in time when he began playing golf, knowing now he did not see the whole picture but only that he wanted to play golf. No consideration of what playing golf would entail. He knows very well a clear-headed and well-thought-out approach to start playing golf probably would have stymied or created mental crutches rather than playing golf. He would have discovered reasons not to play. He obviously did not think of the “driver first” approach—to start with the driver and find out what to expect going forward.
The bulk of this book is not about golf. It is about being an adult when he decided to start playing golf. Some of what happened on and off the golf course. It is not about the fine points of a good golf game.
Published by Page Publishing, Leamon Boddie’s entertaining book is an excellent choice for avid and beginning recreational golfers.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Driver First: My Perspective” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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