2 edition of Last Stand of Payne Stewart found in the catalog.
|Statement||Hachette Book Group|
|Publishers||Hachette Book Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
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I only give it 4 stars because I am not a person who picks up a golf book, or knows a lot about golf. In 1996, Payne and wife Tracey decided to put their children in a private school affiliated with the First Baptist Church in Orlando.
He felt like he was in absolute control of the tournament. Reporters started typing their coronation stories about a man who won the U.
Roger Maltbie, the NBC on-course commentator assigned to the last pairing, watched Payne closely. He thought about acceptance on the walk to his ball. Open, a long-awaited first major, while awaiting a page from his pregnant wife. The author tells us that it mattered less who he used to be or how he used to be. Because of the recommendations included in the report, the author tells us that flying now in an airplane like the Learjet 35 is safer because of what likely happened aboard N47BA in 1999.
This is a wise and beautifully written book about the inner life and journey of a gifted athlete.
Even in death, Payne Stewart is still a positive influence on others.
N47BA was airborne for three hours and fifty-four minutes, most of that time on autopilot, to a score of bells, alarms, chimes, and claxons that no one heard.