The Match - cant get enough of the Hogan / Nelson stories.
The Greatest Game Ever Played - 30 pages left, have enjoyed it more than I thought I would.
Paper Tiger by Tom Coyne - Immersion journalism as guy devotes life to trying to make a living playing golf.
The Secret of Golf by Joe Posnanski - Don’t let the cheeky title fool you, inside is a wealth of stories and knowledge about Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus. This might be my favorite.
A Good Walk Spoiled - a bit long, and a bit too much about Corey Pavin and his ilk, but well-written.
Men in Green - Didn’t love it while I was reading it, but it was solid. The Ken Venturi stuff was most interesting, especially after reading about him in The Match.
The Big Miss by Hank Haney - All the Big Cat you can handle. I thought Hank did a really good job with this book in how he told the stories and explained how he was feeling without throwing Tiger under the bus too much.
Up Next: Feinstein’s new book on the 2016 Ryder Cup.