/Murphy/Michael With wit and wisdom, the founder of the Esalen Institute explores the transcendental experience using the metaphor of golf. Originally published in 1973, this "masterpiece on the mysticism of golf" (San Francisco Chronicle) is now back in print f/Murphy/Michael With wit and wisdom, the founder of the Esalen Institute explores the transcendental experience using the metaphor of golf. Originally published in 1973, this "masterpiece on the mysticism of golf" (San Francisco Chronicle) is now back in print fRead Less
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The phrase "must read" is overused. Any book that a person likes automatically becomes a "must read" because they secretly wish that everyone was like them. However, whether you are a competitive golfer, appreciate new agey or mystical stuff, or are just trying to figure things out in your own life, Michael Murphy's classic deserves to be on your short list . Any golfer or person trying to understand golfers and the game will appreciate this treatise on such subjects as the inner self and gravity golf. If you have not read this book yet but consider yourself a golfer, you'd better have a good excuse.
Aug 7, 2008
I am anew golfer. This book helped deepen my spiritual connection to the game.
Publishers Weekly, 1997-08-25 The 25th anniversary of a young man's encounter with golf spirit incarnate Shivas Irons coincides with the publication of a sequel, The Kingdom of Shivas Irons, from Broadway Books. (Oct.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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