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!"
Chapter One: Reilly the Globetrotter.
Chapter Two: Tantrums, Pranks, and High Jinks.
Chapter Three: King of the Castle.
Chapter Four: The Players.
Chapter Five: Hobnobbing with Royalty.
Chapter Six: Behind the Iron Curtain.
Chapter Seven: Thailand.
Chapter Eight: Dubai.
Chapter Nine: South Africa.
Chapter Ten: ?The Boss.?
Chapter Eleven: Nanny and Gopher.
Chapter Twelve: More Caddie Yarns.
Chapter Thirteen: The Holmpatrick Cup.
Chapter Fourteen: Kiawah Island.
Number Of Pages: 188
Published: 15th February 2004
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 19.96 x 14.07 x 1.3
Weight (kg): 0.2
Edition Number: 1