Rainmaker (Superagent Hughes Norton and the Money-Grab Explosion of Golf from Tiger to LIV and Beyond) - 9781668045275

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From his work with Tiger Woods and Greg Norman to his thoughts on golf’s current money-grab era, golf superagent Hughes Norton presents a rollicking tell-all that “takes you inside the room with some of golf’s biggest personalities for some never-before-heard stories” (Chris Solomon, host of No Laying Up).

When twenty-one-year-old Tiger Woods stunned the world by winning The Masters by a mind-blowing twelve strokes, the first thing he did was embrace the three most important people in his life: his father, his mother, and Hughes Norton.

At the peak of his career, agent Norton earned a million-dollar salary, flew to all corners of the world in first class, and enjoyed a lifestyle nearly as lavish as his A-list clients. That dizzying success, however, came at a high price. The seventy-hour work weeks, constant travel, and intense pressure—both from his players and their corporate partners—took Norton away from his family and ultimately led to divorce. At the same time, to protect his players and his career, he found himself making ethical and moral choices he would later regret. Soon, he realized he had made as many enemies as friends.

Now, in Rainmaker, Norton offers “the most amazing ‘behind the curtain’ view ever written about the world of sports management” (Jim Nantz, CBS Sports). With exclusive insights, he discusses what it was like being Tiger’s first agent, his time representing the narcissistic Greg Norman, and shining a bright light on his sudden—and controversial—ouster as the head of IMG’s Golf Division—a juggernaut he helped build. This is an engaging and unforgettable memoir that explores golf as never before.

This book title, Rainmaker (Superagent Hughes Norton and the Money-Grab Explosion of Golf from Tiger to LIV and Beyond), ISBN: 9781668045275, by Hughes Norton, George Peper, published by Atria Books (March 25, 2025) is available in paperback. Our minimum order quantity is 25 copies. All standard bulk book orders ship FREE in the continental USA and delivered in 4-10 business days.

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Author:
Hughes Norton, George Peper
Format:
Paperback
Pages:
256
Publisher:
Atria Books (March 25, 2025)
Release Date:
March 25, 2025
Language:
English
Audience:
General/trade
ISBN-13:
9781668045275
ISBN-10:
1668045273
Weight:
9.12oz
Dimensions:
5.5" x 8.375" x 0.8"
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