Bob Hope's Confessions of a Hooker: My Lifelong Love Affair with Golf

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Broadway Books, 1987 - Sports & Recreation - 230 pages
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The legendary comedian's "swinging" memoirs are available at last in paperback, featuring a brand new chapter and photographs.

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Contents

Hackers on Display at the ProAms
15
Gleason Putts with a Swizzle Stick
27
How Hogan Honed My Game
45
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Hope was in the forefront of the entertainment world for virtually his entire life. Primarily a comedian, he also acted, sang, and even danced, hosted his own radio and television shows, and starred in sixty movies. Bob Hope's dedication to and love for the American GI is legendary. He has received more than two thousand awards and citations for his humanitarian and professional efforts, and has been honored and befriended by every U.S. president since Franklin Roosevelt.

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