LEMOORE, Calif. - September 23, 2020 - (Newswire.com)
James Hudgeon, an assistant golf pro at Lemoore Golf Course, has completed his most recent book “Fifty Questions Asked of a Pebble Beach Caddie”: a gripping and potent account that brings upfront answers to some of the most asked questions about caddying and wonderful adventures filled with interesting stories.
James writes, “Fifty Questions Asked of a Pebble Beach Caddie is a look into what a caddie has gone through on and off the course. ‘What was it like caddying at Pebble Beach?’ is just the start and only one question. ‘Who I have caddied for?’ is another question. ‘How did they play?’ ‘Was being a caddie a good job?’ Are just a few of questions answered.
Caddying for the movie stars, rock stars, hall of famers, and everyday people all in the same way was the best part of the job. They all ask the same questions and enjoy the same stories when playing golf at Pebble Beach.
In customer service, exceeding your expectations is the goal. Fifty Questions will exceed your expectations. There is more to a caddie then carrying the bag. Finding your happy place, pace of play, keeping the players moving is also the job.
Learning the course from the best players during the Bing Crosby National Pro-Am. It was a plus to spend the week with Fuzzy Zoeller and many other great PGA Tour players and major winners over the thirty plus years, 1982 to 2014, looping at Pebble Beach.
Making the cut in the AT&T, young pros that go on and make it big on the tour. Do players cheat? Only the player knows.”
Published by Fulton Books, James Hudgeon’s well-written manuscript will invite the readers into the world of caddying where they can see for themselves, through firsthand experience, what life as a caddie means.
Get to learn and witness one’s life in this inspiring journal of answers.
Readers who wish to experience this brilliant work can purchase “Fifty Questions Asked of a Pebble Beach Caddie” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Original Source: James Hudgeon's New Book 'Fifty Questions Asked of a Pebble Beach Caddie' Explores the Eventful Life of a Caddie on and Off the Course