How to Play Double Bogey Golf: The Art of Being Bad at a Great Game

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Random House Incorporated, Jul 1, 1990 - Humor - 175 pages
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A humorous guide to playing golf explains how to execute the perfect hook, slice, and three-put; the art of bouncing balls off trees; and how to feel at home in a sand trap

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
WHAT NOT TO DO
15
You AND YOUR HEAD
40
Copyright

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Harold C. Schonberg, senior New York Times music critic for twenty years, was the first in his field to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism (1971). He is the author of many articles and eight books, including one on chess. Schonberg lives in New York City.

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