Walking with Friends: An Inspirational Year on the PGA Tour
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"Most enjoyable" according to Jan D. Catherwood. This is truly an inspirational book! How this young man walks miles with his golfing friends is amazing, but even more so is his attitude toward what, for some, is a major handicap. To DJ it is just a way of life which he deals with as I might a headache or other minor malady. I had the good fortune to encounter him at the recent Memorial tournament. Talking with DJ was also an inspiration as he trudged along, thanking me for caring enough to talk with him. What a guy, what a book!. skrcups said GREAT BOOK. My husband first heard about this book when Jim Nantz and D.J. were on the Imus show. My husband(a golfer)& I (a non-golfer) both read "Walking with Friends". We both enjoyed the book, thought it was an uplifting story and a great read. D.J. Gregory is a remarkable young man. The pro's D.J. followed were all so graciousa great group of guys. Golfer or non-golfer, this book won't disappoint. My husband also read "Always By My Side" by Jim Nantzanother great book. It's also on my list to read.. A Nice Story L. Charles Wimer III Walking with friends is about a young man with Cerebral Palsy who decides to walk with a PGA Tour professional every week during the 2008 season. This a very fast read by a remarkable man. The underlying theme is to chase your dream, no matter what the cost. D.J. Gregory does a nice job detailing those he walked with, the odds the golfer(s) have overcome and the many friendships he built during his journey. Unfortunately, I wish D.J. would have gone into more detail about living with this terrible disease. Walking over a 1000 miles w
from trying to beat the odds, enduring five surgeries, learning to walk with a cane, and eventually earning college degrees in sports management. Walking with Friends is a book for all the fans who live for the love of the game, for the dreamers and doers who make things happen, and for the friends who help us walk through the journey of life. never dreamed of playing professionally. But that didn’t keep D.J. D.J. Gregory fell in love with golf at the age of twelve, when he first began watching the game on television and attending local tournaments with his dad. was an infant, doctors told his parents that he would probably spend his life in a wheelchair because of his cerebral palsy. But unlike many other golf fans, D.J. He never thought of becoming a ranked amateur, or even a caddie. ?When D.J.
He lives in Savannah, GA. Gregory has cerebral palsy, which he refers to more as an inconvenience than an ailment. . He attended Springfield (Mass.) College, where he earned bachelor's and master's degrees in sports management. This is his first book. D.J
He lives in Savannah, GA. . About the AuthorD.J. This is his first book. Gregory has cerebral palsy, which he refers to more as an inconvenience than an ailment. He attended Springfield (Mass.) College, where he earned bachelor's and master's degrees in sports management