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"Seven Days in Augusta" by Mark Cannizzaro

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I finished this book a few days ago. For the most part, I enjoyed it. It was a quick and easy read. I didn't learn much, and the typos and mistakes drove me nuts… but I learned a few new things, and those may have been worth the price of the book. Plus, I didn't learn much because I knew a lot going in.

The book is broken down by days - "Tuesday" includes a chapter on the Champions dinner. One of the days contains a chapter on Phil Mickelson. Arnie and Jack have chapters, for example, too. The caddies, IIRC, have a chapter. Stuff like that.

The over-arching theme is Tiger's 2019 victory, but it's not heavy-handed at all. It's mostly a book about the Masters, with a single thread running through the book.

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