Easy to recognize, but dangerous to approach too closely, the coarse golfer is the one who normally goes from tee to green without touching the fairway... the one who has to shout 'Fore' when he putts. This book will delight aficionados everywhere.
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This is a collection of anecdotes and advice on how to succeed in golf without really trying, written by Michael Green and read by Peter Aliss.Review:
"'It's hard to know which to admire more: Mr Green's fund of anecdotes, or his cheerful advice on how to get by, if not on top, without really trying.' Sunday Times"
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Book Description Hutchinson, 1967. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11009084730X