Golf Books #168 (Last Mulligan)

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Golf Books #168 (Last Mulligan)A leading money winner on the Nationwide Tour, Dan Tanner is destined for stardom until a reckless lifestyle derails his dreams.

Penniless, broken, and removed from the game for nearly a decade, the downtrodden former pro starts over from scratch after securing a temporary job as a manual laborer at prestigious Bentwood Country Club. Despite the fact he hasn’t touched a stick since the collapse of his professional career, he is determined to qualify for an upcoming club-hosted PGA event.

Past his prime, Dan regards this as his last chance to prove he still has what it takes to compete against the new generation of golfers. Two obstacles stand in his way: He has only weeks to find the game he lost years ago…and Frank, the club owner’s insolent son.

Unscrupulous Resident Pro Frank Daly is not about to let the interloper steal the limelight, or his girlfriend, away from him. Fueled by jealousy and spite, the malcontent is willing to take extraordinary measures to thwart his archival–and he is not above breaking the law in order to achieve his objectives.

Publication date: October 24, 2014 (source)

About the Author

Ric K. Hill is the author of “Last Mulligan,” “Lotto: Blood Money,” “Dust Bowl Justice,” and “The Right Side of the Fairway.”

 In addition to writing, Ric’s interests include golf, gardening (with a focus on rare and unusual tropical plants), camping, and reading. He is currently working on his next book, a thriller.