An Amateur’s Lifelong Dedication to the Game
Through the Green
Golf Shots, Spots and Stories – Inspirations and Aspirations
If you’re a golfer, you’ll love these books for author Joseph Bronson’s passionate description of the game. He is meticulous in his detailing of the philosophical nature of golf and his insights into major world competitions. His descriptions of the variety of courses he himself has played are entertaining and inspiring. You will want to book your next tee time as you experience his descriptions of some of the greatest courses in the world.
For the golf widow or widower, the books will help you understand why your loved one spends so much time on the course. Through the Green also extends the reach with a complete discussion on golf driving ranges and practice areas are over the world. This game is about so much more than hitting a ball around acres of neatly trimmed grass. The dedication required to improve your performance is the same as that which any goal in life requires.
The books are multicultural as the world itself and also a microcosm of life. Expansive and intimate, this game has something for each part of us and for all of us together.
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About the Author
Joe Bronson leveraged his successful business career that enabled his ability to play golf all over the world and he was also lucky enough to be the only golfer in the executive suite. Joe is a member of Monterrey Peninsula Country Club in Pebble Beach, California and Cordevalle Golf Club in San Martin, California. He previously held membership in Mannings Heath Golf Club in West Sussex, England. He has played 87 of the top 100 courses in the United States and has played in England, Scotland, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Ireland, France, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand and even Israel. He is determined to get better and has been taking lessons for the last three years.
He routinely publishes his blog covering PGA, LPGA or amateur events and lively topics of the day in the world of golf. His intention is to give the reader insights that you would never experience in the media or the golf publication.
Golf Chronicles Blog
The 100th US Open at Pebble Beach is shaping up to be a phenomenal event as the leader board is tightly bunched with the cut line of +2, which is 11 shots behind the leader, Gary Woodland. Pebble Beach is shrouded in gray marine layer skies coupled with very little...read more
Women's US Open The 2019 edition of the Women's US Open was played at the Country Club of Charleston in South Carolina. The course was pristine with slick greens, difficult pin placements and a number of treacherous sloping around the greens reminding me of Pinehurst...read more
I've always wanted to play Newport Country Club. I really love playing links courses especially on the East Coast of the United States. I finally got the opportunity to play there as my nephew was graduating from college in Bristol, Rhode Island. As usual, I had...read more
PGA Championship at Bethpage Black The event has been dominated by two stories. Both stories are sharing the significant headlines. The first is the outstanding play of Brooks Koepka where he led the tournament by 7 strokes going into the final round. This is an...read more
I thought we had covered this topic in the preceding blog post but it seems that the award is yet another divisive political hot topic. Wood's achievements in golf require no interpretation. It will be argued for years to come whether he or Jack Nicklaus will be...read more
In my blog post published yesterday, I mentioned that I didn't understand why Trump would award the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Tiger Woods. While I'm not a Trump fan and my opinion is completely irrelevant, I would like to set my revised opinion that this was a...read more