[ Free eBook ] Moe & Me: Encounters with Moe Norman, Golf's Mysterious Genius (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: Lorne Rubenstein, Paul Hecht, Recorded Books: Audible AudiobooksAuthor Lorne Rubenstein – Circuitwiringdiagram.co

Globe and Mail golf columnist Lorne Rubenstein has authored multiple acclaimed books and had his work featured in major golf publications Moe Me is a riveting exploration of the life of Moe Norman, known for his unusual swing on the course and his crippling insecurity and introverted nature off of it

14 thoughts on “Moe & Me: Encounters with Moe Norman, Golf's Mysterious Genius (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: Lorne Rubenstein, Paul Hecht, Recorded Books: Audible Audiobooks

  1. Barriet Barriet says:

    Good book Interesting character A little repetitive, in that you get a good idea of Moe s character early on in the book However, it was still interesting to hear different people s perspective of him.An interesting book for keen golfers who may not have heard of this phenomenon previously.

  2. gerry gerry says:

    I would loved to have seen Moe playing golf Very misunderstood.Greatness comes in many disguises, looking for books about Moe

  3. Carla B. White Carla B. White says:

    great book, very moving story and lovely written by lorne rubenstein Any golfer will love this book a must read

  4. Edwin Teehan Edwin Teehan says:


  5. Mr. J. Almond Mr. J. Almond says:

    Loved this book and should be read by all golfers

  6. SG Barnett SG Barnett says:

    Good read if you are interested in true golfing characters A real contrast to the golfing environment of today Would have love to have seen him play YouTube is good but is simply not the same as real life

  7. don mackenzie don mackenzie says:

    Interesting but not so comprehensive as The feeling of greatness

  8. jimmy de santis jimmy de santis says:

    Unfortunately Moe was not the most interesting person to write about It came across as a labour of love than anything else.

  9. HenryG HenryG says:

    Lorne Rubinstein does a great job reflecting on the unique life of one of Canada s golf icons During an era of the country club elites, Moe Norman carved his own path He obviously loved golf and had a unique savant kind of ability to play the game Rubinstein s insightful book gives the reader a great perspective on the life and times in golf during the Moe Norman period and the difficulty he encountered due to his unique personality and his acceptance and or reluctance to be accepted in to the golf mainstream Moe has been recognized by many as one of the purest strikers of the ball I watched him play once in Winnipeg and he certainly was a crowd gatherer and entertainer, and he could certainly hit the ball As in all of Rubinstein s books, George Knudson, Mike Weir, et al he is very thorough and provides the reader with an enjoyable account of his subject.

  10. Ronald G. Forrest Ronald G. Forrest says:

    Great story about a Canadian Golfer really enjoyed it

  11. Neal D. Lam Neal D. Lam says:

    Lorne Rubenstein is a very good writer and this book opens a whole world into the person Moe Norman was As a ball striker and shot maker, Moe had few peers His personality flaws however prevented him from becoming one of the great winners of his time.

  12. Billyboy Billyboy says:

    What a great story of a very unusual man with a super natural gift of hitting golf shots He makes each swing of the club effortless and gets the ball to where he wants it about 90% of the time I d be happy 50% of the time Way to go Moe you super ball striker

  13. stewart orr stewart orr says:

    I was somewhat dissapointed in this book I thought it would be about some of Moe Norman featslike hitting two golf balls175 yards and finding them in the fairwaytouchinganother proof of his accuracy I thought the book could have been alot humerous.

  14. Allan Gunn Allan Gunn says:

    Moe was complex then I believe most people would realize.I followed his career and the odd column by Lorne I also saw him in person a couple of times He acted strange but that only hid his real personality and intensity.