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Globe and Mail golf columnist Lorne Rubenstein has authored multiple acclaimed books and had his work featured in major golf publications. Moe & Me is a riveting exploration of the life of Moe Norman, known for his unusual swing on the course - and his crippling insecurity and introverted nature off of it.

©2012 Lorne Rubenstein (P)2013 Recorded Books

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  • Paul
  • 11-07-16

Terrific Story

I found this book to be very entertaining, and inspirational. A great listen. Moe Norman was an extraordinary person, he was an artist.

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  • Don
  • 11-01-14

Gaining an insight to Moe Norman

Moe Norman is one of the more interesting characters in golf over the last 50 years, arguably the greatest ball striker that ever lived. Due to some difficulties (believed to have had Asbergers but never diagnosed) he struggled with the other elements of the game and the tournament schedule.

This book goes some way to sharing Moe's story and is interesting, given Moe's utter devotion to hitting balls the story does not stray to far from the golf course or driving range. This is a well told story, good performance and is worth the read for anyone interested in the history of golf - For those that don't know of Moe Tiger Woods has described that Ben Hogan and Moe Norman are the only two to have ever really owned there golf swings.