The truth is that all that madness is never going to happen again.
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I remember thinking, "Yeah, yeah, yeah. I'm gonna introduce you to the CEOs of Fortune companies".
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And I sort of looked at him blankly because, "Okay, I'm gonna set up meetings for you with Qantas and Kodak, and this guy, Steve Jobs, who started He says, "Starting a computer company. Why do I wanna meet with business guys? Step with me here, kid. You're gonna ask Qantas for free airline tickets.
You're gonna ask this guy, Jobs, for free computers. And I said, "They're just gonna give me this stuff for free? That would be like selling out. Their caddies, of course.
So sportswriter Rick Reilly figured that he could learn a lot about the players and their games by caddying. You never know what the next page is going to bring. Missing Links is the novel that has become a kind of cult classic among golfers, still selling strong after 11 years.
These are guys that take the bus with their clubs on their back. A long overdue tribute to dog-meat public courses and the incurables who play them. Eventually, though, Slo-Mo begins to move away from his kind, truthful, polite, and self-effacing ways and gradually learns to behave like a famous athlete. In May of , Rick Reilly wrote a single column that wound up changing millions of lives.
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