I only read 3 chapters so far but it is an enjoyable read. Nathaniel is on youtube talking about book. I will post one clip but there are a few others. Whole interview coming soon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZM_tiwdBNc
The next video which followed was interesting too. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8ffSIG_rzs
I'm in Australia at the moment so will have to wait until I'm back in the U.S.
I caddied for Nathaniel at Turnberry in 1975 when he played in the Pineapple Pro-Am.
Max Faulkner was the pro. Bing and Harry also played.
Nat probably doesn't remember me so won't get a mention ( no royalties either).
I am almost done with book. I am reading 4 books at the same time so that is why I didn't finish it yet. The book is Excellent! I was so happy to read that Bing was good friends with Art Rooney because I'm a huge Pittsburgh Steelers fan! I won't talk about the book and what's in it. I'd rather all of you read it and find out for yourselves.
I finished the book. It was a Great read for Fathers Day. A nice tribute to Bing. Thanks Nathaniel! From Carmela
I also received a copy for Father's Day and have completed my reading. Well written for the most part and a new, informative, and positive look into Bing's life from Nathaniel's perspective. There are many stories and anecdotes I've never heard before. Bing's involvement in the Pirates' signing of Vernon Law is priceless. Nathaniel is also very forthright in his contentions with his mother over the Crosby Pro-Am, after Bing passed away. It is a good look into relationships in general, notwithstanding that it is Nathaniel and Bing in this particular instance. Who else is there to write a book about Bing next? Howard Crosby?