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Since his professional debut in 1996, Tiger Woods has reigned as the world's greatest living golfer, having singlehandledly increased the popularity of the game and become one of the most recognised faces in the world.
Unplayable is the definitive, comprehensive, behind-the-scenes look at how the 2009 season unfolded for Woods, both personally and professionally. The book offers a richly compelling narrative of Tiger's victories and defeats, all while conveying the untold story of the bitter rivalries and ongoing tensions among top players, and explains how Woods managed to lead a double-life while dominating in one of the world's most competitive sports.
Standing apart from all of the other reporting on the scandal to date, Unplayable gives much-needed insight into how one of the world's most reclusive celebrities maintained a public persona at odds with his private life.
About the Author
Robert Lusetich was born in Adelaide and attended the University of South Australia, majoring in Journalism. In the 1990s, following posts with AAP and the Daily Telegrapg he moved to the US and became The Australian's LA correspondent. He was based in Los Angeles as a freelance writer for two years before returning to Australia. Lusetich covered Toger Woods' return to the PGA Tour throughout 2009 in preparation for this book.
Number Of Pages: 269
Published: 17th May 2010
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.3
Weight (kg): 0.383