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For every Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods, there is a platoon of Joe Hopefuls torturing themselves in qualifying school, the pro tour's proving ground and charnel house. Veteran golf writer Gould offers Born in the era when professional golf became a big money operation, the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament commonly known as Q School officially celebrated its 35th anniversary this year.
He is the author of The Golfer's Code , a humorous treatise on golf etiquette and manners, and a co-author of several books on golf instruction.
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