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The follow-up to Miracle at Augusta, this is an inspirational story about hope, friendship, and defeating the odds

Travis McKinley's golfing career is over.

After a string of poor performances he crashes out of the US Senior Tour and faces a future of watching the game he loves from the sidelines.

In a bid to escape, Travis decides to take his family on a long-awaited trip to the UK – a pilgrimage to the world-renowned golf courses of Scotland. Travis dreams of treading the hallowed fairways of St Andrews, where the game began.

But when an opportunity to play in the Scottish Open unexpectedly presents itself, Travis can't believe his luck.

Could he have one last shot at the big time on the most famous course of all?

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  • Trade Paperback

    9781780899954

    April 16, 2019

    Century

    256 pages

    RRP $29.99

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  • Hardback

    9781780899947

    April 18, 2019

    Century

    256 pages

    RRP $39.99

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    • Amazon
    • Angus & Robertson Bookworld
    • Booktopia
    • Boomerang Books
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    • The Nile
    • QBD
    • Readings
    • Robinsons Bookshop
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    Find your local bookstore at booksellers.org.au

  • EBook

    9781473564602

    April 18, 2019

    Cornerstone Digital

    256 pages

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Extract

1

For the fifth time on the back nine, my caddy, John Abate, pulls his green military-issue binoculars from the side pouch, and rather than locking in on a target on the 16th hole, the one we’re playing, squints into the distance at the leaderboard behind the 9th green.

“Any good news?”

“Afraid not,” he says. With his binoculars screwed into his face, Abate could be mistaken for an amateur bird watcher instead of a veteran bag toter on the Senior Tour, albeit one with five days of gray stubble, a diamond earring, and a large New York Yankees logo tattooed on his calf.

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