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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Elaborate a little...did you list them in any particular order? Which ones will satisfy which type of reader/golfer?
12/23/09 @ 15:22
Comment from: Jason Scott [Member] Email
Pretty self-explanatory. No. 1 is the best! No. 10 is not. Any golfer would love any of these books. If you need more about the books, click on my earlier reviews.
12/23/09 @ 16:16
Comment from: Anthony Pioppi [Visitor] Email
Jason:

Thanks very much for including Haunted Golf on your list. It's an honor.I hope you had as much fun reading it as Chris and I did researching and writing it.
12/24/09 @ 08:19

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