The New Yorker Book of Golf Cartoons
Wiley, May 1, 2002 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 112 pages
Mark Twain called it "a good walk spoiled." Lee Trevino said it was the most fun he ever had with his clothes on. For duffers and pros alike, golf can be both a delight and a torment—often on the same day, sometimes on the same hole.
How difficult can it be to take a stick and knock a small ball into a hole? In the obsessive examination of that question lie the joys and sorrows of many a dedicated player. (Is obsessive too strong? Just ask any avid golfer's friends or family.)
So it is little wonder that golf has been the subject of numerous cartoons from The New Yorker cartoonists, including such luminaries as Charles Addams, Roz Chast, Whitney Darrow Jr., Edward Koren, George Price, and William Steig. Robert Mankoff, the cartoon editor of The New Yorker, has culled the decades' best, all exhibiting the focus, the passion—and the frequent absurdity—of the golfer's world. This unforgettable collection contains one hundred pages of cartoons, which, like a hole in one, will leave you smiling.
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