Bad Golf My Way

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Doubleday, May 19, 1997 - Humor - 144 pages
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There are twenty-five million golfers in North America who buy millions of golf instruction books every year. But until now, all of those books shared one fatal flaw-they were written for the 2,450 golfers that play halfway decent golf and just want to get that annoying 79 down to a respectable 72.



Now, at last Leslie Nielsen, the World's Greatest Bad Golfer, has produced a golf instruction book for the rest of us (and 24 million other golfers). We are the legion of hopeless duffers and terminal hackers who know in our heart of hearts that no matter how much we practice, no matter what new tip we follow, no matter what foolproof method we embrace, we are never going to improve.



With Bad Golf My Way, Nielsen and humorist Henry Beard team up once again for the funniest golf book of the season.

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Contents

Swinging the Club
19
Making the Bad Golf Shots
33
Taming the Course
53
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Henry Beard attended Harvard College and was a member of the Harvard Lampoon during the period when it published nationally noted parodies of "Playboy, Life, " and" Time." He went on to found the National Lampoon with Douglas Kenney (the writer/producer of "Animal House" and "Caddyshack") and served as its editor during the magazine's heyday in the 1970's. He is the author or coauthor of five "New York Times "bestsellers--"Miss Piggy's Guide to Life, Sailing: A Sailor's Dictionary, French for Cats, Leslie Nielsen's Stupid Little Golf Book, "and" O.J.'s Legal Pad"--and more than two dozen other popular humorous works, including "Latin for All Occasions, Xtreme Latin, Bill Gates' Super Secret Laptop, The Official Politically Correct Dictionary, Zen for Cats, Mulligan's Laws, " and a series of humorous pocket dictionaries, including "Golfing, Fishing, Skiing, " and "Sailing.

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