Dan Miller’s parents met because their parents were friends and members of the same golf club. So it’s not an exaggeration to say that, if not for the game, he probably would not exist. Perhaps that’s why he’s been in love with golf almost as long as he’s been in love with writing and that the two have been, and likely forever will be, intertwined. Professionally speaking, he got his start in newspapers, transitioned to magazines as a freelancer (including Travel & Leisure Golf, Inside Golf and Golf Illustrated—though only one of those publications still exists) and established a foothold in the online world (on golf.com and, most notably, the late great Ham ‘n’ Egg on Golf). These days, he feeds his need through weeeggmon.com and—against all odds—this debut novel. Along the way, he’s had the opportunity to experience many of the world’s best links courses in Ireland and Scotland. With great joy and humble gratitude, he is proud to say that the latter is now his second home. Given the choice, his first option is to play the game. But when the evils of darkness, atrocious weather and/or the day job intervene, he’ll happily settle for Plan B: bantering about golf with his fellow adherents/victims. As such, comments, questions and condolences—sent to email@example.com—are always warmly welcomed. Fore!Read more Read less
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