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The Feeling of Greatness - The Moe Norman Story - cover

The Feeling of Greatness - The Moe Norman Story

Tim O'Connor

Publisher: Brown Books Publishing Group

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From the award-winning journalist and coach: a biography of “the ‘Rain Man’ of golf. It’s a character drama. It’s an underdog story” (Barry Morrow, Academy Award–winning screenwriter). 
Documentary now in production! 
In The Feeling of Greatness, second edition, golf coach Tim O’Connor updates his previous biography of the late great, Canadian golfer Moe Norman, who was famous for introducing the single plane golf swing. This edition includes new anecdotes about Moe both on and off the course by golfers, journalists, friends, and family, and offers a more in-depth portrait of the man and golfer, especially in the last years of his life. O’Connor shares with readers his personal and professional friendships with Moe along the way. Some twenty years later, from a distanced perspective, O’Connor sets the record straight about Norman, promotes his legacy as the legendary golfer he was, and reflects on life lessons learned from their association over the years. 
Praise for Moe Norman and The Feeling of Greatness 
“Only two players have ever owned their swings: Moe Norman and Ben Hogan.” —Tiger Woods 
“Well-written and meticulously researched.” —James McCarten, 
“Tim O’Connor has helped us better understand one of golf’s most intriguing and disturbing members.” —Hal Quinn, The Financial Post
Available since: 06/13/2017.
Print length: 336 pages.

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