5. The Bogey Man

The Bogey Man
AUTHORGeorge Plimpton
THE PROSE Plimpton took participatory journalism to new heights with his chronicle of life on the PGA Tour in the 1960s. The opening of his book, in which he describes himself as a giant whose movements are directed—in vain—by a group of Japanese admirals in his head, is one of the most memorable scenes in golf literature.
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