Thomas Moore’s collection of short stories, The Guru of Golf and Other Stories about the Game of Life
will be available in 2010.
According to his publisher, "While to some chasing a small white ball across a vast field of grass may seem pointless, the game of golf has, for centuries, drawn everyone from the poor working class to the upper crust of society. There is something enchanting about the experience of golf that sets it apart from other sports. In this collection of 18 short stories, The Guru of Golf
celebrates perhaps one of the most widely popular of athletic pursuits. Thomas Moore shows us how golf can be a perfect metaphor for life itself - endlessly mysterious, joyful, and captivating, yet at times unbearable. From the tee to the green, he intertwines modern and classical tales that illustrate the challenges players face - on and off the course. A game rife with strict rules on etiquette and both physically and mentally taxing, golf tests the body, mind, and spirit. Humorous and insightful,The Guru of Golf
captures the range of emotions associated with its players' ardent determination; searches for meaning behind quiet, solitary moments; and reveals the struggles that try our patience, as well as the victories that make the game - and life - worthwhile."
The Guru of Golf
and Other Stories about the Game of Life
by Thomas Moore
Hardcover: 200 pages
Publisher: Hay House (May 15 2010)
Labels: Guru of Golf, Thomas Moore