Crossmap Podcast: Pat Boone on God, Golf, and the Power of Second Chances

Pat Boone in The Mulligan

I think we have all heard the time-tested adage, “Some things just get better with age.”

The mind begins to run wild when you think of all the possibilities that fit this phrase:


Cheddar Cheese


Cast Iron Skillets

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Pat Boone is a legendary American singer, composer, actor, writer, and spokesperson whose career has spanned seven decades. A number one pop singer in the U.S. during the 1950s and 1960s, he has sold more than 45 million records that includes six number one hits. Oh, did we mention that he has also appeared in more than 15 Hollywood films?

At the tender age of 88, Pat continues to act in movies. In fact, just last week he won the Best Supporting Actor award at the Canadian International Faith & Film Festival for his portrayal of the Old Coach in a movie called The Mulligan.

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But wait … there’s more! He has just published his 27th book called If.

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It seems like there is nothing that will slow this man down.

Pat joins us on the Crossmap Podcast to share about what golf means to him, and how the power of second chances has affected his life. Listen as he shares how God has guided his life’s journey and how that message serves as the foundation of his latest book, If.  And if that is not enough, we will even reminisce about the night Pat introduced hard-rock pioneers Stryper at the 1986 Dove Awards!


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