When Andrew Shanley realized that his sons, aged 10 and 13, were lacking the integrity and honesty he expected of them, he was shocked. He had believed they shared his values; now he struggled to find a way to teach them ethics before it was too late. Being a golfer with an enduring love of the game, Shanley decided that by teaching his sons golf, he could instruct them in what really matters - how to be men.This, then, is one father's account of the memorable summer when he and his sons hit the fairways and learned as much about the daily conduct of life, and the love they have for one another, as they did about the elements of a good golf swing.More
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