How to Quit Golf: A 12-Step Program

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PLUME, 2002 - Humor - 240 pages
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All golfers know they don't need to play golf. The problem is they don't know how to quit. Every time a golfer thinks of quitting, the game entices him back with a 250-yard drive down the middle, an unfathomable recovery shot to the green, or a birdie on the hardest hole, as if to say, "You're almost there, just a little more work and you'll get it. Any day now you'll have the game figured out and when you do you'll be the envy of all." But it's not going to happen and everyone knows it, because no one gets any better at this game.

The perfect gift for the golfer who just can't get enough, How to Quit Golf offers the guidance, counseling and tough love necessary to abstain from the most addictive, demanding and maddening game known to man. And if quitting isn't an option, Craig Brass's "12-Step Program" makes it clear that laughing is.

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By day Craig Brass is a financial consultant on corporate retirement plans, by night he's a golf writer. He has an undergraduate degree in business administration from Bowling Green State University and a masters in advertising from Michigan State University.

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