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Jack: Straight from the Gut - Study Guide Chapter 25, A Short Reflection on Golf Summary & Analysis

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Golf combines Jack's love for people and competition. He is a self-taught player, learning the game when he was a young caddy. He muses on games with Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, and Frank Rooney. At the end of the first hole, Warren made par. Bill declared, "The match is over." Buffet and Gates made a $1 bet that the first to make par wins. If neither has made par by Hole 9, the lowest score wins. The game with the four of them continued through all 18 holes.

Golf Digest ranked Scott McNealy of Sun Microsystems No. 1 CEO golfer. They ranked Jack No. 2. McNealy sent Jack a challenge. If he was going to be No.1, he wanted to be sure. They played a 36-hole match in Nantucket for the "Welch Cup." Jack won.

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