Golf Is a Funny Game

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, Apr 1, 2008 - Humor - 224 pages
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Whether it's the hacker who caught his own ricocheted drive, the pro who stripped down to his shorts to play a shot, or the caddie who lost a golf bag during a round, one thing is certain: Golf is a funny game." -From the introduction

From bogies and birdies to par shots and eagles, Zullo offers outrageously funny golf tales certain to entertain golf's millions of enthusiasts.

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From Arnie's infamous run-in with the ninth tee at Rancho Park Golf Course to the amateur hacker who was hit in the head by his own ricocheting golf ball, Allan Zullo presents more than 100 sidesplitting anecdotes of life on the green for linksmen and women in dire need of a laugh and a lower handicap.

Recounting mulligans and master strokes from the days hickory shafts ruled the fairways to the 2006 PGA, Champions, and LPGA Tours, this comical compendium is executed with the precision of a flawless bunker shot into the cup.

  

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Contents

frOm Bad TO WOrse
35
Bunker menTaliTy
52
insulT TO injury66
66
all The BeTTOr
82
hOlding The Bag
97
OuT Of BOunds
119
On The rOpes
140
press Cards
158
a maTTer Of COurse
181
far and aWay
197
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Allan Zullo is the author or coauthor of nearly 100 nonfiction books, including the books in the best-selling Amazing But True series. He lives in Fairview, North Carolina.

Chris Rodell is a golf fanatic who has written about the sport for Golf, Maxim, the National Enquirer, and Maximum Golf. He's also a monthly columnist for Links magazine, one of the game's premier travel publications. In addition, Chris is the author of Andrews McMeel Publishing's Manly Golf: 50 Ways to Muscle Your Way to Victory and coauthor of When Bad Things Happen to Good Golfers. An avid golfer, he is the only golf writer in the world who lives on Arnold Palmer Drive, a half mile from Latrobe Country Club and the home of Palmer himself. He doesn't know Palmer, but their dogs have recently become acquainted.

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