Golf is a Funny Game-- But it Wasn't Meant to be

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Momentum Books, 1992 - Humor - 270 pages
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The finest, most poetic, most anguished comments that have been said over the past five centuries about the game of golf have been brought together in these pages. Professional golfers, actors, & even presidents have had memorable things to say about their game. From the low handicapper to the non-golfer, this book will captivate any reader. Doug Parrish's illustrations bring the pages to life, capturing the timeworn visages of Scottish caddies & familiar faces.

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About the author (1992)

Ken Janke was first introduced to the game of golf by his father. His love of the game grew as he played competitively through college and gained experience working as a caddy. A golf historian and writer, Ken is also the author of "Golf Is a Funny Game . . . But It Wasn't Meant to Be,

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