Free epub One Magical Sunday: (But Winning Isn't Everything)Author Phil Mickelson –

Every Year, He Came So Close Only To Fall Short Every Year, The Dream Grew Larger, Only To Fade Away Yet Every Year, His Gallery Of Fans Grew In Support Of His Quest Then, On April For The Most Beloved Golfer Of The Decade, Everything Changed It Is A Moment Ingrained In The Hearts And Minds Of Millions, A Moment Of Epic Triumph And Destiny Fulfilled That Will Be Remembered For The Ages But For Phil Mickelson, Winning The Masters Was Merely Another Step In An Odyssey That Began Many Years Ago Born Into A Sporting Family, With A Putter Drawn On His Birth Announcement, Phil Knew Early On That Golf Would Always Be His Passion His Parents Embraced And Nurtured That Dream, But They Taught Him That Winning Isn T Everything In One Magical Sunday, Phil Mickelson Takes Us On A Magical Journey Inside A Life Few Have Seen Up Close, But A Life Whose Lessons Can Be Cherished Forever As We Travel Hole By Hole Through That Triumphant Sunday At The Masters, Phil Looks Back At The Influences That Made Him The Man He Is Today His Mom And Dad, Who Mentored Him On The Balance Between Family And Golf His Wife, Amy, Who Has Given Him So Much Happiness And Fulfillment And Their Three Children, Who Remain Their Top Priority With Personal Insights From Phil S Family, One Magical Sunday Is An Audiobook Not Only For Phil S Millions Of Fans, But For Everyone Who Finds Inspiration In Learning About A Champion On And Off The Course

9 thoughts on “One Magical Sunday: (But Winning Isn't Everything)

  1. S. FENNY S. FENNY says:

    This is never going to win any prizes but it is certainly a pleasant easy read The style takes a little getting used to but you soon start making the links between the story of winning the Masters, the historical flashbacks and the supporting comments from friends and family It really captures the essence of Phil Mickelson and I think its fair to say if you like Phil, you will enjoy this book.

  2. Dave Knowles Dave Knowles says:

    This is one of the best reads ever It gives a great insight not only into Phils first major win but also into his early life and upbringing I would highly recommend it to all golf fans.

  3. Katester Katester says:

    I could not put this book down a great read from start to finish a 10 out of 10 from me

  4. Stewart Birse Stewart Birse says:

    This is a magnificent story of Phil M s win at the Masters, a win that had eluded him for all of his long career The story itself, shot by shot, is gripping enough but there are just too many breaks consisting of either recollections from the past or comments from family members I enjoyed the commentary on his golf play and had it all been included in a systematic biography or autobiography I would have enjoyed it far As it was it was like watching a great film on TV which was continually interspersed with adverts However, I was happy to read of his great and well deserved victory.

  5. Matt Papuchis Matt Papuchis says:

    It s rare that an athlete or to be specific, an athlete s accomplishment can capture the attention and hearts of an entire nation But that is exactly what happened on that April day in 2004, that One Magical Sunday when the entire country became enthralled with the left handed lovable loser from San Diego.I am not sure what it is about Phil Mickelson that earned the love and respect of nearly every golf fan, and in this book, Mickelson wonders the same thing There is something about us as Americans that makes us root for the underdog the Rocky Balboas, the Boston Redsoxes, and the Phil Mickelsons of the world seem to epitomize everything that is America the belief that dreams can come true, even in the face of adversity And as quaint as that may sound, those beliefs come to life in this book.This book takes us on a roller coaster ride of all 18 final holes at Augusta National, but much than that, this is a story of a man who truly feels he is blessed to have the love and support of his family so than a major championship.Sprinkled between a play by play recap of the final round of the 2004 Master s, are little anecdotes about Phil s life from his childhood in San Diego through his college years at ASU through the birth of his three children, we become privy to a world of Phil Mickelson that most of us never knew, and we get to meet the people who helped shape Phil s life and influence him the most from his parents to his college golf coach to his wife and kids.The result You walk away liking the guy even than you already did, which is no small feat considering how much he was admired to begin with This is a quick read and a real gem for golf fans and anyone who loves a great story of an underdog s triumph.

  6. Peter M. Chamlee Peter M. Chamlee says:

    Having followed Phil throughout his career, it is no surprise that this story is so wonderful Lots of great life lessons coupled with an enchanting insight into the herculean effort necessary to achieve such greatness

  7. Customer Customer says:

    I bought the hardback edition of the book to have it autographed It showed up looking like it has been through a war I m embarrassed to send this off I ll plan to use it elsewhere and will have to buy another copy.

  8. dennis dennis says:

    I loved this book and loved the presentation It totally shows that you can be a good human being and still be a winner unlike Tiger Woods lets say that is a wonderful player but an awful human being that tears the game of golf done Phil on the other hand, brings the game up and proves you can be loved for who you are and golf isn t he most important thing.If I had a sonI would love to have him be just exactly like Phil, and this book gives you the reasons why.

  9. George's Mom George's Mom says:

    Excellent book I am not a golfer, but admire Phil Mickelson because it has always seemed to me that he has his priorities straight His wife and his children are uppermost in his list of what life means to him Must confess that I merely skimmed the details of the hole to hole play in the Masters tournament being described since I had purchased the book to read about his personal life However, my husband, who IS a golfer, very much enjoyed the play by play in addition to information on the personal side of Phil This is an athlete children can look up to and admire without parents fearing an ugly, hidden side That simply doesn t exist in this athlete I have always enjoyed watching him play now I will enjoy those tournaments even .