Author Hits Hole-in-One with New Humorous Memoir; Book by Norm Spitzig

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This new memoir released by Dog Ear Publishing follows the author as he learns the ropes of golf club management from nationally known legends like Don Hayes and stints at several private clubs to running a company. Told in a humorous style peppered with the best of the author’s Twitter wisdom, the book aims to entertain as well as pass on tips for living life well.

Dog Ear Publishing releases "How Now, Norm's Tao" by Norm Spitzig.

Little did the author know that spending a few weeks as a caddy, typically earning $1.85 per five-hour outing, would lead to a decades-long career in the world of private clubs.

Little did the author know that spending a few weeks as a caddy, typically earning $1.85 per five-hour outing, would lead to a decades-long career in the world of private clubs. Readers of this new memoir gain insights into the author’s life as well as 13 core principles – practical, universal lessons — they can apply to their own life’s journey. Told in a humorous style peppered with the best of the author’s Twitter wisdom, the book aims to entertain as well as pass on tips for living life well.

How Now, Norm’s Tao follows the author as he learns the ropes of club management from nationally known legends like Don Hayes and stints at several private clubs to running a company. Lessons he has learned over time include such things as “Rules matter – but only to a point,” “Hold on to your personal integrity no matter what” and “Laugh a lot – and then laugh some more.” Amusing and enlightening stories accompany each of the life lessons to drive the author’s point home. A chapter of stories sent by the author’s fans proves that Norm Spitzig isn’t the only one who sees humor in the goings-on at private clubs.

Author Norm Spitzig, a successful entrepreneur and business consultant, is a principal and senior partner in Master Club Advisors, a worldwide executive placement and consulting firm for private clubs. He and his wife, Cody, live in Florida. Spitzig served as national president of the Club Managers Association of American in 1995, the same year he became one of the six original general managers to earn the lifetime Master Club Manager designation. Spitzig has written two books under the pseudonym Clive Endive Ogive IV: Private Clubs in America and around the World and Murder and Mayhem at Old Bunbury. To learn more, visit http://www.NormSpitzig.com, http://www.CliveEndiveOgiveIV.com, or http://www.MasterClubAdvisors.com.

HOW NOW, NORM’S TAO: ONE MAN’S PATH TO A MORE ENJOYABLE PERSONAL LIFE AND REWARDING PROFESSIONAL CAREER
Norm Spitzig

Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 978-145750-633-8                        200 pages                         $25.00 US

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