Tom Coyne Book Giveaway
By Kickntrue on 1/25/10
**GIVEAWAY OVER**

Leaving a comment enters you to win Tom Coyne's new book, A Course Called Ireland. If you missed our Q & A with Tom last week- check it out HERE.

There is absolutely no other requirement than leaving a comment and multiple comments will count as multiple entries (up to 3). I'd hope you guys could be more creative than just saying "here" or "enter me."

Kevin and I are flying out for the PGA Show in about an hour so I don't know how much more posting we'll be doing this week (until the LIVE BLOGS starting Wednesday) so enjoy yourselves!

**GIVEAWAY OVER**


[ comments ]
Backquak says:
I have a feeling this book is gonna make me want to golf more, if that is possible. I've got to get out and play, it's been way too long.
1/25/10
 
mschad says:
I read your interview and would love to win this so I could read it.
1/25/10
 
Banker85 says:
just ordered "paper tiger" I cant wait to start reading it.
1/25/10
 
Banker85 says:
this book looks interesting too.
1/25/10
 
Banker85 says:
hey im 1/3 irish so this might bring me back to me heritage!
1/25/10
 
knthornt says:
I can't wait for the snow to thaw
1/25/10
 
knthornt says:
going to the range is fun, but a course would be better
1/25/10
 
knthornt says:
This book could help pass the time until the snow thaws
1/25/10
 
Panerai111 says:
I loved Paper Tiger. I would love to read more of Coyne's books.
1/25/10
 
TeT says:
Sounds good, hope I win... Thanks for the opportunity.
1/25/10
 
nickmomrik says:
Paper Tiger was a great book. Would love to read more from Tom.
1/25/10
 
nickmomrik says:
One of the trips I want to make in the next few years is a golf trip to Ireland with my Dad and brother. Maybe this book would kick start those plans. :)
1/25/10
 
nickmomrik says:
Snow is nearly all melted here, but there is plenty more to come.
1/25/10
 
dc8ce says:
I would...
1/25/10
 
dc8ce says:
like to...
1/25/10
 
dc8ce says:
win the book!!!
1/25/10
 
Eddy Whitaker says:
how long is the book?
1/25/10
 
cheymike says:
Hmmm... related to Feherty perhaps?
1/25/10
 
cheymike says:
4 1/2 stars on Amazon... not bad. I'd love to read this!
1/25/10
 
JDoughMO says:
does is come with a pint?
1/25/10
 
JDoughMO says:
i'd still read it, even without the pint
1/25/10
 
JDoughMO says:
i loved paper tiger.
1/25/10
 
jimmyr419 says:
I would like to read this book
1/25/10
 
windowsurfer says:
Enter me, svp. Golf books are usually good. Golf movies, not as much - except maybe Follow the Sun.
1/25/10
 
TravisMiller says:
Count me in!
1/25/10
 
TravisMiller says:
And the approach shot!
1/25/10
 
TravisMiller says:
one putt for par!
1/25/10
 
Clint24 says:
How good a book is it? And do people really think the more you comment the better your chances?
1/25/10
 
Clint24 says:
Sorry, I didnt read the middle paragraph.
1/25/10
 
jimmyr419 says:
Nice cover
1/25/10
 
windowsurfer says:
And Caddyshack. (He got alla dat one!)
1/25/10
 
windowsurfer says:
Anyone read, "A Month of Sundays"? (Updike)
1/25/10
 
Trip says:
I'm in! I recently read "The Match: The Day the Game of Golf Changed Forever" by Mark Frost. Great read for golf fans.
1/25/10
 
blackhawk says:
I have a copy of "Where Golf Is Great" on my coffee table. I have some half-baked plans for a vacation to Ireland when I retire in a few years. Maybe this book would help me fill in the details.
1/25/10
 
mantajim says:
Sounds like a great winter read.
1/25/10
 
mantajim says:
and who doesn't want to play in Ireland
1/25/10
 
mantajim says:
but may never get there.
Sign me up
1/25/10
 
jeremyheslop says:
Hope you guys have fun at the PGA Tour!
1/25/10
 
jeremyheslop says:
I'm so jealous, but I'll be happy to see your reviews and posts.
1/25/10
 
jeremyheslop says:
Come back with lots of goodies to give away :)
1/25/10
 
Barroomhero says:
My wife was going to try and get me this for Christmas but I think she was afraid I would start golfing and drinking to much. Erin Go Braugh
1/26/10
 
Barroomhero says:
Going to Ireland is on my list of things to do before I die, playing golf in Ireland would be that much better.
1/26/10
 
Barroomhero says:
I heard that Guiness taste better in Ireland, I told the wife If we go i may not come back
1/26/10
 
activesense says:
Guinness DOES taste better in Ireland
1/26/10
 
activesense says:
Just as retsina tastes better in Greece
1/26/10
 
activesense says:
and Sambuca tastes better in Italy
1/26/10
 
toothid says:
Saw him on a local Philadelphia area golf TV program....looks like a fun book.
1/26/10
 
blackhawk says:
For the record, my plan includes playing Old Head and Druid's Glen.
1/27/10
 
toothid says:
Not only did he play all of those courses, but he did it with his wife's blessing.
1/27/10
 
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