My Golf Adventure - A Personalized
In this book, golfers of all ages
will delight in reading their personalized golfer profile. The
story is for both children and adults
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Book # 522 Hard cover 6 3/4" x 8
1/4" 36 pages, for both adults and children
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- Favorite Golf Course (e.g. Pebble Beach)
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- Date the book is given
My Golf Adventure – Detailed Story
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- Inside cover – Book title
- Page 1 – A picture illustration
- Page 2 – Another illustration
- Page 3 – This book was created especially for
Savanah Jean Johnson, a golfer without equal! December 25, 1999.
- Page 4 - The game of golf, as we know it, was
developed in Scotland in the early 1700’s. Since its humble beginnings,
the game has exploded in popularity around the world. From its legendary
stars like Slammin' Sammy Snead to the current crop of rising young stars on
the PGA and LPGA tours, the game has been played many ways. And then, there
is Savanah Johnson’s way!
- Page 5 – Picture illustration
- Page 6 – Another illustration
- Page 7 – Savanah and Jessica
often tee it up on their favorite golf course, Pebble Beach. When
this happens, the only thing safe from their golf shots is the middle of the
fairway. Worms, trees, ducks, fish and birds are in mortal danger!
- Page 8 – Rumors to the contrary, Savanah is
no cheapskate. The truth is, Savanah may be a bit frugal when it
comes to less important issues like retirement planning, dental work and
back–taxes – but not when it comes to golf equipment.
- Page 9 – Picture illustration
- Page 10 – Another illustration
- Page 11 – Savanah learned long ago
that golf is a game you play to win. After all, there’s usually a wager or
two at stake. Over the years, Savanah has learned to hold her breath
on her back swing, play the ball where it lies, and never worry about a
- Page 12 – Golf is not the most important
thing in Savanah’s life. She knows how to set priorities and put
things into perspective. It is not true that Savanah once played an
entire round of golf in a tornado. She played 17 holes – her golf clubs
- Page 13 – Picture illustration
- Page 14 – Another illustration
- Page 15 – Every golfer dreams about a perfect
round of golf. This is a game where every drive is down the middle of the
fairway, every green is hit in regulation, and every putt is knocked into
the center of the cup. Some golfers even aspire to the ultimate
accomplishment – shooting one’s age. Savanah has no trouble
shooting 37. The problem is, she does it on the first few holes.
- Page 16 – Most "good" golfers have
a collection of shots for every occasion. These include a fade, a draw, a
bank shot, and a bunker shot. Savanah also has a collection of golf
shots including the worm burner, the skull, and the pop fly. Her best shot
is called, "Oops, that’s a mulligan," so named by Jessica.
- Page 17 – Picture illustration
- Page 18 – Another illustration
- Page 19 – Years ago, a golf handicap system
was invented. This system was designed to let golfers of different skills
and abilities play against one another on an equal basis. The idea is to
take the best 10 rounds of a golfer’s last 20 rounds and use these to
determine one’s handicap. The system has one major flaw for Savanah:
she has never played 10 rounds of golf worth counting.
- Page 20 – One of the reasons Savanah
plays golf is for the exercise it provides. Other activities were just not
right for Savanah. She tried swimming, but kept sinking to the
bottom. She tried tennis, but the net kept getting in the way. Jumping to
conclusions was fine, but tired her out. Golf provides exactly the right
amount of exercise for a finely tuned athletic body like Savanah’s.
- Page 21 – Picture illustration
- Page 22 – Another illustration
- Page 23 – After most rounds of golf, Savanah
usually joins Jessica for a visit to the 19th hole. This
provides them with a chance to rehash the shots of the day, settle the
wagers, and plan their next outing. The scene is usually the same. Savanah
delays in the pro shop until the drinks are bought. Then she rehashes
all of her unlucky bounces, pays off her debts, and leaves just before it is
her round at the bar.
- Page 24 – Despite her apparent lack of skill,
Savanah still manages to hit the occasional good golf shot. There is
still talk about the birdie Savanah got last year when she
miraculously hit her shot out of a deep bunker right into the hole.
- Page 25 – Picture illustration
- Page 26 – Another illustration
- Page 27 – Savanah Johnson and her
partners play golf for the love of the game. For them it’s an outing, a
chance to get close to nature, and a way to relieve tension. Savanah
once said, "Every time I hit the golf ball, my stress level goes
down." Otherwise, why should she hit so many shots?
- Page 28 – Savanah has always dreamed
about writing her own golf book. Some of the titles she has considered
Tips on Lining Up Your 4th Putt
- Golf and Divorce: Do It Savanah’s
- The 19th Hole: How Savanah
- Page 29 – Picture illustration
- Page 30 – Another illustration
- Page 31 – Despite suffering through years and
years of frustration playing golf her way, Savanah has always
remained a good sport. Her demeanor is beyond reproach, she never loses
control, and her voice is never loud enough for anyone over a mile away to
hear. This, together with the fact that Savanah always pays off her
losing bets, makes her the perfect partner.
- Page 32 - The game of golf is certainly a
challenge to Savanah Johnson. Many friends, including Jessica,
ask why she even plays the game. The reason is simple. Savanah enjoys
watching miraculous events such as a long putt dropping in or an iron shot
finding its way into the hole. Savanah would enjoy it even more if
she were the person hitting these shots.
- Page 33 – Picture illustration
- Page 34 – Another illustration
- Page 35 – Dear Savanah, enjoy the game
as you play it. Don’t let your scores ruin your day. Think of golf the
same way you think about bowling – the higher the score, the better.
- Page 36 – With love from Mary Johnson,
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