The Greatest Course That Never Was

The Greatest Course That Never Was When Charley Hunter first discovered the astonishing golfing prodigy Beau Stedman in The Greatest Player Who Never Lived he broke the biggest story in golf history But now just as Charley is settlin

  • Title: The Greatest Course That Never Was
  • Author: J. Michael Veron
  • ISBN: 9780767907170
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Charley Hunter first discovered the astonishing golfing prodigy Beau Stedman in The Greatest Player Who Never Lived, he broke the biggest story in golf history But now, just as Charley is settling down into his budding legal career at a prestigious Atlanta law firm, strange notes clipped to obituaries start to arrive Curious as to their origin, he tracks down the seWhen Charley Hunter first discovered the astonishing golfing prodigy Beau Stedman in The Greatest Player Who Never Lived, he broke the biggest story in golf history But now, just as Charley is settling down into his budding legal career at a prestigious Atlanta law firm, strange notes clipped to obituaries start to arrive Curious as to their origin, he tracks down the sender an old caddie from Augusta National named Moonlight McIntrye and Charley finds himself drawn into another tangled mystery surrounding a hidden golf course Driven by his passion for the game and a hunger for the truth, Charley dives into the most riveting, high stakes mystery yet, another terrific golf story that will entice and delight fans and newcomers alike Join Charley and Moonlight in their search for The Greatest Course That Never Was.

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    1 thought on “The Greatest Course That Never Was”

    1. A sequel to the "The Greatest Player that Never Was", which follows the main character from the last book. He stumbles upon an old caddy with knowledge of a secret golf course Bobby Jones had built. Still very entertaining and fast, but not quite as magical as the previous work - the 'secret history' bit is just a little tougher to buy this time around. If you liked the first book, however, you should enjoy this one.

    2. Very enjoyable read - managed to capture a lot of the same magic of the first novel. Highly recommend for those who love golf.

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