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From Dan Jenkins—one of America’s most respected and acclaimed sportswriters and author of the bestselling novels
Semi-Tough and Dead Solid Perfect—comes a colorful, sentimental, hilarious, and cantankerous memoir about his lifelong
journey through the world of sports.
“Sometimes, I envy my own childhood,” says Dan Jenkins. Many can say that about Dan’s whole life. In His Ownself, we
follow him from his youth in Texas, where being a sports fan meant understanding a lot about religion, heroes, and
drinking; to his first job at the Fort Worth Press working alongside all-time journalistic greats like Blackie Sherrod
and Bud Shrake; to the glory days of Sports Illustrated. One of a handful of writers to establish SI as the most
important sports magazine ever, Dan refocused the magazine’s college football coverage and covered the game’s greatest
players and coaches. Beyond football, Dan is in the conversation about the best golf writers of all time. Having covered
every Masters, U.S. Open, PGA, and British Open for the past fifty years, he takes us behind the scenes to capture the
drama—as well as the humor—of these tournaments as he brings us up close and personal with the likes of Ben Hogan,
Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, and Tiger Woods.
From his friendship and the rounds played with Ben Hogan, to the stories swapped with New York’s elite, to the
corporate expense accounts abused, Dan lets loose on his experiences in journalism, sports, and showbiz. An honest,
one-of-a-kind look at politics, hypocrites, political correctness, the past, the present, Hollywood, money, and
athletes, this is a sports fan’s dream book. It’s a touching, laugh-out-loud tribute to the romanticism of sportswriting
and the glory days of sports, told straight from the mouth of the man who saw it all his ownself.