Today Michael Bamberger is one of the top sportswriters in the world, but twenty years ago, at the tender age of twenty-four, he reached the summit of another field—professional golf. He set no course records, made no monstrous putts, and no television cameras followed him around. But the writer received a golf education most fans only dream about: He spent six months caddying on the PGA Tour.
Part sports book, part travel-adventure, The Green Road Home is the book that launched Bamberger’s career. For six months he carried the bags of some of the game’s finest, most promising, and most colorful characters—from legends such as Al Geiberger (“Mr. 59”) and George Archer, to up-and-comers like Brad Faxon and Steve Elkington