[ Download ePUB ] The Last Stand of Payne Stewart: The Year Golf Changed ForeverAuthor Kevin Robbins – Bilb-weil.de

From Award Winning Sports Writer Kevin Robbins, The Last Stand Of Payne Stewart Is The Story Of Legendary Golfer Payne Stewart, Focusing On His Last Year In The PGA Tour In , Which Tragically Culminated In A Fatal Air Disaster That Transpired Publically On Televisions Across The Country Forever Remembered As One Of The Most Dramatic Storylines In The History Of Golf, Payne Stewart S Legendary Career Was Bookended By A Dramatic Comeback And A Shocking, Tragic End Here, Robbins Brings Stewart S Story Vividly To Life Written Off As A Pompous Showman Past The Prime Of His Career, Stewart Emerged From A Long Slump In The Unforgettable Season Of To Capture The US Open And Play On The Victorious US Ryder Cup Team He Appeared To Be A New Man That Summer Wiser, Deeper, And On The Verge Of A New Level Of Greatness Then His Journey To Redemption Ended In October, When His Chartered Learjet Flew Aimlessly For Than A Thousand Miles, Ran Out Of Fuel, And Fell To Earth In A Prairie In South Dakota His Death Marked The End Of An Era, One Made Up Of Shotmakers Who Played The Game With Artistry, Guile, Finesse, And Heart Behind Them Were Tiger Woods, David Duval, Phil Mickelson, And Other Young Players Whose Power And Strength Changed The PGA Tour Forever With Exclusive Access To Stewart S Friends, Family, And One Time Colleagues, Kevin Robbins Provides A Long Overdue Portrait Of One Of Golf S Greats In One Of Golf S Greatest Seasons PLEASE NOTE When You Purchase This Title, The Accompanying PDF Will Be Available In Your Audible Library Along With The Audio Just finished The Last Stand Post college, I became very connected to golf always saw some parallel of my personal maturity and earlier lack of play out much like Payne Stewart s story Nearing retirement now, we live in a golf community so I think of that correlation occasionally My respect for Payne grew after the 99 US Open like many, Oct 25th resonates with me I simply want to say thank you to Kevin Robbins for bringing many lost memories to the forefront of my mind this week. Very well written and informative on my favorite pro golfer Still miss him