Golf Books #197 (The Feeling of Greatness: The Moe Norman Story)

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The Feeling of Greatness The Moe Norman StoryThe Feeling of Greatness, The Moe Norman Story is about the life of Canadian golf legend Moe Norman one of the most eccentric figures in golf history.

Publication date: November 1, 1995 (source)

Review

“I didn’t see them all, but I don’t know how anyone could hit the ball better than Moe Norman.” — Golf Digest May 1, 1995

About the Author

Tim O’Connor lives near Toronto, Ontario, Canada with wife Sandy and two sons.He has written a for column for newspaprs and golf magazines. Presently represents Clublink as communications and publicity director.

Clublink operates a chain of upscale public golf courses, including Glen Abbey, the home, for many years, of the Canadian Open

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