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Book Review: “The Second Life Of Tiger Woods” By Michael Bamberger (2020, 272 Pages)

Not the best book on one of the best comebacks in the history of sports.

Michael Bamberger is a senior writer for Sports Illustrated.

In “The Second Life Of Tiger Woods,” he recounts the story of Tiger Woods from his DUI to his fifth win at the Masters twenty-three months later.

Even if it tells a lot of interesting anecdotes about Tiger Woods’ comeback, this book has a tabloid feel to it. It delves at length into topics that are not always relevant to the main story.

I was looking for a book that would teach me valuable management lessons and was disappointed in that regard.

RATING: D.

 

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