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The Million Dollar Putt

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  • Posted June 21, 2009

    AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    i usually don't like books about golf, but this book is off-the-hook! it is about a blind guy who enters a golf contest. The book takes place in Hawaii which is a very good setting. you have to read this book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

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  • Posted March 25, 2009

    Million Dollar Putt

    The Million Dollar Putt is about Eddie Bogard who has a nickname, Bogie, like golf terms. Bogie enters a contest and, get the book and find out the rest.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2007

    This book is great

    I read this book and it's great I liked the ending when Hogie wins the million dollar putt.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2007

    The Million Dollar Putt

    ¿A blind person can do whatever a sighted person can do, except drive.¿ That¿s what Ed Bogard ¿Bogie¿ for short tells his new best friend, Birdie, in the book ¿The Million Dollar Putt¿ by Dan Gutman. Bogie is blind and can do anything. Birdie, Bogie¿s new neighbor, hates sports, doesn¿t know how to ride a bike, and makes miniature worlds in her basement. When Bogie is mysteriously entered in a golfing tournament he and Birdie team up to win. The prize is a million dollars. The only problem is that Bogie gets nervous in front of crowds just like me. I got nervous when I had to sing for auditions in chorus. To make matters worse his dad doesn¿t want him to play golf, but Bogie doesn¿t know why. Hunter Lynch is also entered in the tournament and is determined to beat Bogie. Hunter is the school bully and loves to tease Bogie about being blind. Even though Bogie¿s dad doesn¿t want him to play golf, nothing will stop him from playing in the tournament. For a million dollars he better win. Even though Bogie is blind, I am amazed at how much he was able to do. This is probably one of the best books I have ever read. Dan Gutman is known for writing some great sports books. You can also check out some other good books by Dan Gutman like ¿The Million Dollar Shot¿,¿ The Million Dollar Goal¿, or ¿The Million Dollar Strike¿. I would definitely recommend this book to all sports lovers 8 and up.

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