Author and columnist Carl Hiaasen
wanted to be better at something in middle age than he was when he was young. So he foolishly reconnected with golf. He talks about his new memoir, The Downhill Lie: A Hacker's Return to a Ruinous Sport
. Joining him is his golfing buddy, Paul Bogaards
, executive director of publicity and media relations at Alfred A. Knopf.
Carl Hiaasen will be reading tonight at Barnes and Noble Bookstore at Union Square at 7pm.
Are you a golfer in the city? What's it like to be an urban duffer? Comment below!
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