Miracle on the 17th Green – James Patterson

Jan 02

Miracle on the 17th Green – James Patterson

This quick read by James Patterson and Peter de Jonge could really be classified as a short story. It is a succinct tale of Travis McKinley, a man who finds himself concurrently chasing his dream of golfing on the Senior Tour and losing the family that means everything. Travis’s sweet relationship with his paternal grandfather offers meaningful touchstones throughout the book. Golfers will relate to the stress and revel in the scenes at Pebble Beach. Everyone else will readily relate to feelings of inadequacy and the struggles one sometimes faces in a family setting. The pace is lightning quick, the story is sweet, and the characters easily relatable. Perfect for a lazy day read. According to IMDB, a made-for-tv movie was created in 1999. So, if you are really into Meredith Baxter, get after that.

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