The book is about the relationship between Ben Hogan, John Schlee, and myself, Tom Bertrand. The handing down of golf knowledge from one generation to the next.
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He was a high-strung hotshot on the Memphis University golf team. As tournament officials ushered him toward the Tour players' locker room, John Schlee's heart was pounding with a single thought: "I'm finally going to meet my all-time hero, Ben Hogan!" Hogan didn't play many tournaments these days, but he was using the Memphis Invitational as a warm-up for the 1960 U.S. Open at Cherry Hills...
I don’t know how many times I tried to complete this project over the last 15 years, but interruptions became a way of life. Family obligations would always come first, so I decided I wouldn’t start teaching golf again until I was near 50 years of age and my children were at least half grown up.