Gary Players Black Book: 60 Tips on Golf, Business, and Life from the Black Knight by Gary PlayerGary Players Little Black Book contains fifty questions and detailed responses from eighteen-time major winner Gary Player. The book, divided into three parts, focuses on specific scenarios and problems that arise in golf, life, and business.
In the first section on golf, topics include putting, scoring, etiquette, the mental side of the game, and fitness and nutrition. In the section on life, Player, the father of six and grandfather to twenty-two, addresses issues such as parenting, who to turn to when in need of advice, and more. Finally, in the section on business, he details how to deal with competition, among other topics. Player responds to questions such as:
• Golf: How do I play a bunker shot from a plugged lie?
• Life: I feel like I’ve lost the passion for what I do. How do I get that back?
• Business: When people criticize my work I take it very personally. How do you handle criticism?
The 2012 recipient of the PGA Tour Lifetime Achievement Award, Player draws from both on and off the course experiences dealing with competitors, businesspeople, and family. In doing so, he offers a unique glimpse into handling adversity with regard to these relationships. The advice that he offers is invaluable to fans of all ages.
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Honorary starter Gary Player watches his tee shot at the Masters Tournament. PXG founder Bob Parsons has long been a shrewd marketer, an expert at creating buzz. Case in point are the audacious GoDaddy Super Bowl commercials that really stamped the Internet domain company's brand and helped Parsons become a billionaire. Yet in an era when major club manufacturers are vying to sign the top young professional golfers in the world, few could have seen the partnership with Player coming — the monochromatic ties between the two brands notwithstanding. He holds the record for the most Masters appearances -- including three wins among his nine major titles -- and his highly-recognizable name brings international cachet to a company that is continuously trying to expand its brand outside of the U. Player isn't the first Masters winner on staff with PXG. That would be Zach Johnson, who met Parsons as a youngster while working as a bag room attendant at a country club in Iowa.