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Bud, Sweat & Tees: Rich Beem's Walk on the Wild Side of the PGA Tour - Alan Shipnuck - Google книгиRich Beem became an overnight folk hero with his victory at the PGA Championship, where he dazzled fans with fearless shotmaking and glib one-liners. Shipnuck began tracking Beem during his rookie year in , when he was a logo-free rube only a couple of years removed from a seven-dollar-an-hour job hawking cell phones. Beem and his hard-living caddie, Steve Duplantis, would find sudden fame and fortune, and Shipnuck enjoyed unparalleled access in chronicling their wild ride—sharing endless drives across the desert and eventful nights at strip clubs, cutthroat golf matches and late-night confessionals at assorted watering holes. The result is an intimate portrait of two exceedingly colorful characters. Beem and Duplantis invite us deep into the world of the PGA Tour, exposing the rowdy, randy reality of the most interesting subculture in sports, which has always been a well-protected secret—until now.
Bud, Sweat, & Tees
Steve Duplantis September 20, — January 23, was a pro golf caddie. He worked with several golfers until his death. Duplantis was born in Brampton in Canada. He began caddying for Clarence Rose in , after his own golf career failed. He worked with Jim Furyk early in his career from until , but is best known for his time with Rich Beem which was chronicled by the writer Alan Shipnuck in the best-selling book Bud, Sweat and Tees , during which Beem won the Kemper Open.
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Rich Beem's Walk on the Wild Side of the PGA Tour
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It's and although Rich Beem has just been nominated for Rookie of the Year following his first ever victory, he's still just another golfer on the PGA Tour desperately trying to break out from Tiger's shadow. Alan Shipnuck takes us inside Beem's world, exploring the complex relationship with his faithful caddie, Steve Duplantis, from being arrested together for drink-driving at Carnoustie, all the way to glorious and unexpected victory at the PGA Championship. Through the unlikely partnership of golfer Rick Beem and his caddie Steve Duplantis, Shipnuck shows all the highs and lows, temptations and pitfalls that await all players on the Tour. Despite its droll title, Sports Illustrated writer Shipnuck's first book affords an earnest and unsentimental portrayal of life on the PGA tour. It follows two of golf's lesser-known figures through the season: a rookie named Rich Beem, who won the Kemper Open that year, and his caddie Steve Duplantis.