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Cinderella Story: My Life in Golf (Paperback)
One of the funniest, most beloved, and most often quoted entertainers in the world tells his tale of Life and Golf--and of somehow surviving both.
With his brilliant creation, groundskeeper Carl Spackler, and the outrageous success of the film Caddyshack firmly etched into the American consciousness, Bill Murray and golf have become synonymous. Filled with Murray's trademark deadpan and dead-on humor, Cinderella Story chronicles his love affair with golf from the life lessons he learned as a caddy--"how to smoke, curse, play cards. But more important, when to"--to his escapades on the Pro-Am golf circuit at the Augusta National and as a fan at the Masters, the U.S. Open, and the Western Open. An up-by-the-bootstraps tale of a man, his muse, and our society's fascination with a little white ball, Cinderella Story is one pilgrim's bemused path through the doglegs.
About the Author
Bill Murray has starred in over thirty movies, including Kingpin, Ed Wood, Scrooged, Cradle Will Rock and the upcoming Hamlet. Recipient of the New York Film Critics Circle and Los Angeles Film Critics Association awards for best supporting actor of 1998 for his work in Rushmore, Bill wrote the screenplay of and starred in The Razor's Edge and produced and directed Quick Change. Born and raised in Wilmette, Illinois, he now makes his home in the New York metropolitan area. George Peper is Editor-in-Chief of Golf magazine and the author of ten nonfiction golf books. He also lives in the New York metropolitan area.
"Murray plays the funny, daffy guy with all the verve he gives to that role in his movies. If he's had a staid moment in his golfing life, it isn't told here."
"No one has ever provided a sport with more comic relief than Bill Murray does golf."
--Christian Science Monitor
"A book infused with gentle humor and even poetic insight. The style is breezy, anecdotal and deadpan...like one of Murray's comic routines."