John Coyne “The Caddie Who Played With Hickory”

June 20th, 2008

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Bigger than Babe Ruth, bigger than Jack Dempsey, legendary Walter Hagen was America?s first touring golf professional. Novelist John Coyne places Hagen at a Midwest country club in 1946, in what may be his last major golf match.

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A farm boy named Tommy O’Shea, who’s a top caddie at the club, gets a once in a lifetime chance to challenge Hagen – if he can master the use of old-style hickory golf clubs, and if he can get past another caddie, the enigmatic Harrison Cornell, who apparently has a score to settle with Hagen. Coyne’s book is called “The Caddie Who Played With Hickory.”

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