SUMMERS at the MUNI

A boy’s memoir about growing up on a public golf course in the 1950s and 1960s. Join in his journey to overcome a parent’s death guided by the positive influences of his father’s legacy, a strong nurturing mother, and a cast of family and friends in golf and life. Immerse yourself in this story told through a series of short stories and reminiscences enhanced by 160 images. It is based in the values learned through growing up in the game of golf.

Progress through decades of family photographs, historical images, advertising, and period music references to be transported you back to this unique time in America. If you lived through the era you will undoubtedly have your memories vividly renewed. Missed the 50s & 60s? Enjoy one insider’s view on life growing up in the Baby Boomer Generation. Summers is a fun, encouraging and entertaining story that can be enjoyed by all ages.

 

Some Early Comments

“I have learned to admire writing that is not forced, that is engaging and sincere. I would wager there are few who can assemble the detailed memories of their lives in the way that you have done. Extraordinary. This is pure Americana, related by one with the skills to make the narrative appealing, even to those who did not grow up as “cheese heads”. 
Jim Davis – Golf Heritage Society

“What a great heartwarming story. I love the anecdote about your mother and the 30 cents a dozen sweet corn being too expensive, very old school, a different generation and a different time. I also like how you worked in the then current music into each year, it brings back a lot of good memories.” 
John Sabino – Valuable Book Group

One Book Offered in Three Versions

Beautifully designed in an 8.25 inch by 10.5-inch page format Summers at the Muni is presented on 100 lb. imported Italian Garda Silk paper to enhance the type and images. The unique printed hardcover projects a tooled leather look sporting a photo of a period leather golf bag. The book features 304 pages in a four-color process with printed endpapers.

 

Summers At The Muni

 

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Signed and Numbered

Limited to 200 individually numbered and signed books priced $75

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Author’s Presentation Copy

Hand-lettered A-Z and Signed

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Additional Titles by the Author

Doctors of the Game® – A History of the Golf Profession
The PGA of America Centennial Book
A Storytellers Guide: THE PLAYERS & TPC Sawgrass