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Golf Freek: One Man's Quest to Play as Many Rounds of Golf as Possible. For Free.

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Steve Eubanks lives on a golf course, spends most of his time with a golf club in his hand, and simply cannot pass a course without playing it. In Golf Freek, he chronicles his travels around the globe for the sole purpose of playing as much free golf—the operative word being free—in as many interesting places and with as many interesting people as possible. As Steve himse ...more
ebook, 288 pages
Published August 31st 2011 by Crown (first published June 12th 2007)
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Dan Price
Absolutely hilarious! If you like golf, even a little bit, you'll love this book. Full of good humanity and lots of craziness. Working with the Wounded Warriors projects, Eubanks is speaking with a Marine Gunny about some of the wounded vets they are holding a golf clinic/tournament for:
"Are they actually going back?" "It's one thing to want to, but ----"
"Most are, yeah, Ken said. "We had this one kid, Sanchez, who had his entire forehead blown off. Pretty amazing, but he didn't have any brain d
i know nothing about golf, nor do i know who steve eubanks is, but this book was quite enjoyable. my father-in-law gave it to me, said it had some good stories, and it certainly did. however the premise of the book is a little misleading; the point is not to actually play as many free games of golf as the author can, but rather to play a whole bunch of free golf and write a book about the experiences and people encountered along the journey. eubanks covers a lot of ground on multiple continents, ...more
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