Bad Golf My Way

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Doubleday, 1996 - Humor - 129 pages
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From the bestselling coauthors of "Leslie Nielsen's Stupid Little Golf Book comes another book of hilarious and worthless golf wisdom--a parody of the classic golf instruction book, Jack Nicklaus's "Golf My Way.
There are twenty-five million golfers in North America who buy millions of copies of golf instruction books annually. But until now, all of those books shared one fatal flaw--they were written for the 2,450 golfers who actually 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 24,997,550 rest of us--the legion of hopeless duffers and terminal hackers who know in their heart of hearts that no matter how much they practice, no matter what new tip they follow, no matter what foolproof method they embrace, they are never going to improve.
Covering everything from the Inside-Way-Out Swing to the Magic Move that lets you hit the ball 110 yards with any club in the bag, and lavishly illustrated with photographs of the Master himself, "Bad Golf My Waydemonstrates Leslie Nielsen's deeply flawed swing style and curious course-playing strategies that have earned him the coveted title, "The Arnold Palmer of Bad Golf."

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Swinging the Club
Making the Bad Golf Shots
Taming the Course

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Henry Beard attended Harvard University and was a member of the "Harvard Lampoon". He went on to found the "National Lampoon" with Douglas Kenney and served as its editor during the magazine's heyday in the 1970s. He has written numerous bestselling humor books, including "Miss Piggy's Guide to Life" and (with Christopher Cerf) "The Official Politically Correct Dictionary and Handbook".

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