The Life of O'Reilly: The Amusing Adventures of a Professional Irish Caddie

John O'Reilly (Author) Ivan Morris (Author)
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Description

The Life of O'Reilly is a chronicle of the career of one of the European PGA Tour's most famous caddies-John O'Reilly-and it's full of funny stories as only this Irishman can tell them. Like the one about the time he and some fellow caddies were arrested and jailed in East Germany on their way to the German Open in Berlin. Or the one about the Tour pro who, in a fit of temper after a bad shot, put his foot through the bottom of his golf bag and could not get it out again The Life of O'Reilly is a rollicking ride around the world-and the world of professional golf-by one of the game's most interesting characters. No golf library would be complete without it.

"I hope that you'll find this book as entertaining as I found Johnny to be throughout our three successful years on tour. There was never a dull moment "
--Padraig Harrington

Product Details

Price
$19.95
Publisher
Wiley
Publish Date
February 29, 2004
Pages
188
Dimensions
5.54 X 0.51 X 7.86 inches | 0.44 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781932202151
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About the Author

John O'Reilly began caddying on the European Professional Golf Associateion Tour in the 1970s and retired in 1999. During that time, he toted golf bags and dispensed sage advice in numerous countries around the world. In 2000, John was inducted into the Professional Caddies Hall of Fame, one of only a handful to be selected since its inception. John and his partner, Margaret, have six children and they live in Dublin, Ireland. Ivan Morris is the author of Only Golf Spoken Here: Colourful Memoirs of a Passionate Irish Golfer. He is a single-digit player, has participated in numerous local and international amateur tournaments over the past 40 years, and is still in search of the perfect round. He and his wife, Marie, have three children and they live in Limerick, Ireland.