As I’ve mentioned many times, I’m a slow reader. I read 2-3 books per year. I just finished Greg Norman’s book and I’ll have a review on the way. I received Norman’s book as a Christmas present back in 2006. So that one took me 13 months to get done!
I receive golf books submitted by authors all the time. Right now I’d say I have 15-20 books in a pile which will take me 6-7 years at the pace I read.
I get requests from people for me to read “eBooks” or PDF golf books often as well. Spending hours reading in front of a CRT is even more difficult for me and kills my eyes. I don’t really consider a “book” to be a “real” book unless it is… well, in print.
A guy (who will remain nameless) recently emailed me and asked for me to read his eBook. I told him I don’t read eBooks. His reply to me was classic:
“Here’s the best golf putting book in history for free being offered to you. If you don’t want to look at it as a golfer, that would not appear very smart — just sort of egotistical.”
So I guess I’m dumb and egotistical. Tell me something I didn’t know. After that comment I’d surely have difficulty staying unbiased about this book should I do a review on it anyway. And if said book was the “best golf putting book in history,” I would wonder why it isn’t available in any printed form? I’m just sayin’…
Both sporting events in Phoenix were entertaining