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Seve Golf"s Flawed Genius by Robert Green

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Published by Robson Books Ltd .
Written in English


  • Biography: sport,
  • Golf,
  • Sports - General,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography/Autobiography

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages282
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8628914M
ISBN 101861059515
ISBN 109781861059512

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This book draws on the material and insights gathered during those collaborative years to capture the 'real Seve'. It describes his family and upbringing in Spain and recalls his great on-course triumphs - not least his enormous role in the revival of the fortunes of the Ryder Cup, which thanks to him is today one of the world's great sporting events - as well as his calamities/5(17).   The book was published before Seve's brain haemorrhage. I was hoping to read his thoughts on his subsequent recovery attempt and in particular the frustration that he must have felt, as he would be unable to control the situation in the manner he is used to. Perhaps that is the subject of a different book?/5.   The book also examines Seve’s darker side: his controversial and very public spats with officialdom and his sometimes tempestuous private life, including his divorce from Carmen, the daughter of one of Spain’s wealthiest men and mother of his three children, to whom he was married for 17 years/5. The book is far more about European golf and the Ryder Cup than Seve by a long shot. There is virtually NOTHING about his G. Here's almost the entire book doing nothing but going over shots he made in every tournament that NO ONE wants to read about. That's why we have television to WATCH shots, not read about every shot. SAMPLE OF BOOK /5(11).

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