Ben Hogan: The Myths Everyone Knows, the Man No One Knew by Tim Scott

By Tim Scott

Ben Hogan’s accomplishments at the golfing path are the stuff of legends, yet his existence off it used to be highly inner most. during this biography, writer Tim Scott demonstrates why such public belief was once no longer consultant of Hogan’s character, delivering a firsthand glimpse into the recognized golfer’s humor and sensitivity. Hogan wasn’t excellent, and lots of of his wonderful traits have been by no means made public beforehand, as Tim Scott stocks his own event with Hogan in addition to Hogan’s associates, family members, and pals. alongside the best way, a clearer photograph emerges of Hogan as a guy, a golfer, a chum, and a husband.

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