Dream On by John Richardson

Dream On

By John Richardson

  • Release Date: 2011-11-24
  • Genre: Golf
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 28 Ratings
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Description

John Richardson – a regular bloke who enjoys a round of golf in his spare time – set himself the challenge of playing a scratch round at Clandeboye Golf Club within twelve months, and spent an exhausting and exhilarating year living, breathing, eating and sleeping golf, while trying to hold down a full-time job, a marriage and semblance of family life.

When Sam Torrance hears about the challenge, he tells John to ‘dream on’. With no natural talent, precious little time and no fitness level to speak of, how on earth does John pull it off? Packed with golf tips, that will help with everything from improving your golf swing to putting and especially with the mental game, this is a motivational and inspirational book, and a must-buy if you want to improve your game.

Reviews

  • A dream of millions of golfers accomplished by one

    4
    By Dobsey2000
    This is a great read and it feels like a very familiar set of challenges and doubts to my own situation and almost all club golfers. Once I started reading it I was consumed in the book and couldn't put it down. Any club golfer looking to lower their handicap can learn a huge amount from this book and if you're reading this review, buy it and see for yourself. Inspiring stuff!
  • Dream on - great read!

    5
    By Alexandrovski
    For any beginner to the world of golf, this book is right up your street! If you can relate to shooting rounds in the 100+ mark and are desperately trying a number of things to reduce it; the technical issues that you are trying to solve with lessons as well as playing with other hackers and the sheer mental battle of the game... Read on! Brilliant stuff!
  • A good holiday read !

    3
    By Tomski77
    Not a bad tale, inspiring in parts , a bit cringeworthy in others , but overall a good account of one man's obsession. Becomes about more than just golf in the end.
  • A totally engrossing read!

    5
    By RaveDaveSave
    This is a fantastic book and I should point out that wether you play golf or not it doesn't matter. This book is more about the personal battle between one man, his boy hood dream and the pressures that come along with trying to realise that dream almost 20 years too late! A great read for people of all backgrounds!

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