“Mix the page-turning, stream-of-consciousness writing of novelist, Tom Wolfe, in The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, daily and nightly drinking sessions of a variety of libations in Ernest Hemingway’s, The Sun Also Rises, bathing beauties in the Elvis Presley movie, Girls, Girls, Girls, bombs dropping in the Oscar-winning movie, Platoon, articles in GOLF Magazine showcasing America’s best public and private courses, author of Hawaii, James Michener, telling how Japanese immigrants influenced the food of Hawaiian culture, and the YouTube video showing the go-go bar life, after midnight, on Soi Cowboy Street in Bangkok, Thailand, and you’ll get an idea of what to expect when reading Tee Time, the fantastic first time filmic novel of new author, and golf lover, Bob Maleski. But only some idea, because this book, with more twists and turns than an Oklahoma tornado, is filled with surprises.
“Just reading one segment of Chapter Two, in which Stan recounts the crazy story of playing golf in Saigon, Vietnam, at the Tan Son Nhut Air Base Golf Club course, a woman caddie at his side, and finding the ball he sliced off the tee, in rough just inside a truly hazardous bunker made of sandbags and barbed wire – a South Vietnam Army soldier inside, ready to push a button and blow up the enemy, without yelling Fore! – I knew this novel was going to be very different and very entertaining.
“I guarantee, you’ll agree, Tee Time is a winner, and be compelled to read the book a second time.”
– John Andrisani: Former senior instruction editor of GOLF Magazine and highly acclaimed author of golf books such as The Tiger Woods Way and Golf Heaven.