Win a copy of The Longest Shot

We have three copies to give to our members


Share this Article

The result of expert research and analysis from golf blogger Neil Sagabiel, The Longest Shot tells the fascinating tale of Jack Fleck - a journeyman club pro who beat Ben Hogan in a playoff at the 1955 US Open, still regarded the biggest upset in golf history.

Golfmagic has read the book and we thoroughly enjoyed it. And we’d like you to thoroughly enjoy it to, so we’ve got three copies to give away to our members.

Just tell us, in the forum below, a magical day on the golf course where everything went right for you.

Did you break a personal goal? Or, like Fleck, did you beat an opponent you didn’t expect to? Or have you won a competition and would just like to boast about it?

We’ll pick our three favourite answers in a couple of weeks.

Click here to read the Golfmagic review of The Longest Shot. Follow @Golfmagic and like our Facebook page for all the latest golf news.

Share this Article

Previous article
Win a TaylorMade Ghost Spider S putter
Next article
COMPETITION: Celebrate Poulter’s Ryder Cup heroics by winning IJP Design gear

Discuss this story

We'd love you to add a comment! Please take half a minute to register as a free member

We have three copies of this excellent book to give away. Just see the above article for details on how to enter.

Click here to read the Golfmagic review.

Posted: 06/11/2012 at 16:12


So can I assume we have NO competition winners in here?

Posted: 09/11/2012 at 08:59

Winning? What's that?

I could give you loads of sob stories where I've missed out by one shot......

Posted: 09/11/2012 at 09:07

I think my best day of golf was last year when I was just sinking every putt and all my shots were straight. I was playing in our scratch knock-out and after having 8 pars in 11 holes I was 5 up. The 12th is a par 3 with a blind green and after a reasonable tee shot I made my first ever hole in one. The lady I was playing against luckily just gave me the game as I'm not sure I'd have been able to play properly as I was on such a high!!!

Posted: 10/11/2012 at 12:09

Thank you so much for my book, it looks a great read and I can't wait to start it!

Posted: 22/11/2012 at 12:18

I missed this comp but would really like the book. Can I be declared a retrospective winner?

Posted: 22/11/2012 at 12:48


Glad to hear it, guys.

Posted: 22/11/2012 at 16:00


Which is the worst major meltdown?
Jean Van de Velde - 1999 Open (72%)
Rory McIlroy - 2011 Masters (5%)
Adam Scott - 2012 Open (0%)
Jordan Spieth - 2016 Masters (11%)
Greg Norman - 1996 Masters (12%)
Arnold Palmer - 1966 US Open (0%)