Life Swings: The Autobiography breezes into the marvellous Fact or Fable Book Shop in Peasedown St. John

Latest addition to the bookshelves of the leading book shop in Peasedown St. John!

Category: Biography
Life Swings: The Autobiography by Nick Faldo
London: Headline , 2004
Hardcover with Dust Jacket over Black boards with Gilt titling to Spine
Signed by the author on the title page unverified and reflected as such in the lack of premium. Illustrated by way of: Black & White Photographs; Colour Photographs;

From the cover: For many years in the 1980s and 1990s, Nick Faldo was the most feared competitor in world golf. Relentless and strong-willed, he would wear down his opponents with his determination to win. It was these attributes that brought him six Major championships; Harry Vardon, a century ago, is the only European to have won more and no one has been more successful in the Ryder Cup.

But Faldos success came at a price: his unyielding search for perfection, working with David Leadbetter, took him away from home, leading to divorces and media attention on his private life, as well as criticism for being a loner. Now he feels the time is right to talk not just about his golf, but about his whole life and how he has achieved a new calm in recent years, and to reveal the private man behind the public face.
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