Golf Is a Good Walk Spoiled

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Taylor Publishing Company, 1992 - Sports & Recreation - 160 pages
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In this one-of-a-kind collection, golf authority George Eberl recounts the odd and frequently bizarre incidents that result. The comedic possiblilites are broad, given the golf ball's knack for finding places that were not intended for its presence. Water buffaloes, wild boars, charging rams, passing trains and boats, recalcitrant caddies, earthquakes, and of course, trees-all these and more have helped to complicate and confuse many a golfer's life.

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Eberl, a senior editor for Golf Journal and a renowned golf writer and humorist, borrows a quote from Mark Twain for his book's title. He seeks to explain instructively, humorously, even zanily the ... Read full review

Contents

Golf Is Flog
1
Of Feathers
17
Oh God Nature
35
Copyright

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