The High Dandelion Fade

Tags: Golf, Humor, Self Help
The High Dandelion Fade - How To Play Golf In "A State Of Grace"

Created on: Nov-16-2009   Published on: Nov-18-2009


5.5" x 8.5" - Perfect Bound - Softcover - Color - Thick Book
Theme: Open Theme    Sales Term: Everyone
264 pages    37370 reads    0 people's favorite    5 likes   
ISBN: 9781605000794
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With his golf club in hand you can follow this 50 year journey, it's humor, frustrations, learning, playing and observing the game of golf.

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Tim Kase
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Tim Kase has had a distinguished career in radio broadcasting as an “Air Personality”, program director, and creative consultant. Over the years his achievements consist of being a seven-time Texas Association of Broadcaster Award winner. His creativity in the field of writing and producing radio commercials earned him a nomination for a highly heralded CLEO Award.

He begin his career in 1970 in deep east Texas working his way up through the ranks to the heights of national prominence broadcasting his own entertainment show on the ABC Radio Networks Stardust Format for ten years. Today he can be heard on Sirius Satellite Radio, and Westwood One Radio. He’s been a frequent guest on sports radio talk shows when the subject of the mental side of golf is discussed.

On the golf course, he holds championship titles of the Byron Nelson Media Tournament twice, and the Colonial Press Day once. He owns numerous amateur titles, including the Dallas City Championship 1990. According to those who know him and have played golf against him he “Practices what he preaches in relation to the game of golf, and his credibility is rock solid in his methodology. You can truly tell that he loves the game of golf. It shows when he’s teaching it. He communicates the subject so well, he makes me see it and feel it.”

With his very busy schedule you would think that a day on the golf course would not be his way to relax, but it is. To him teaching the High Dandelion Fade is a pleasure and not a chore. His reward is to see the smile on a players face after they perform what they thought they could never do.

You can be assured that his four grandchildren will be single digit handicappers before they are teenagers, and his two Old English Sheepdogs, Annabelle and Fuddles, will make good caddies.