Peter Young had it all: great job, nice car, prestige-and he was a good golfer.
Then one day, Peter agreed to play nine holes with Ben, a guest at his country club. Little did Peter realize that those nine holes would change his life and reconnect him with his forgotten past. After a few holes, Ben had given Peter not only valuable lessons about golf, but also important insight into the meaning of life and success.
In his first novel, Andrew Linch draws on his love for golf to tell a story of one man’s search for significance and meaning that had led him away from the values he learned as a child. Andrew’s goal is to show you that success without a spiritual foundation in God is not success at all. If you enjoy golf or if you are looking for the definition of a life well-lived, then Drive for Show, Putt for Dough.
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