Review of: Play It Where It Lays
reviewed by **DELETED ACCOUNT** on 01/27/2010
HAVING A BALL
Short,simple, and sweet, Play It Where It Lays is, as the author promised, a quick read. It's a sudden death playoff round with a surprise at the end that will keep me thinking the next time I hit the greens. The ending confused me a bit, because I thought all the guy had to do was hit the ball 310 yards and that was it. But at the end it sounds like the whole purpose was the make him play through the alligator hole. So I guess he dies by crock, not by gun. Well, he shouldn't have cheated. Well written, fun read, and I thank you for posting. I seriously wish I could write something nit picky about it, but I couldn't find anything really wrong with it. Good job.
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