GOLF AND BE DAMNED by Lawrence Lariar

GOLF AND BE DAMNED

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KIRKUS REVIEW

No instruction book this but a tome of quips, jokes, witticisms (of the cornier sort) and a variety of link kinks to putt in the path of any who own clubs, laugh easily and make a more or less regular habit of going out to swat a few. Prattling along, Lariar covers the course from all angles. There are the caddy types- from free lesson expert to ""old grandad"", what every golfer really thinks-about pretty girls for example; ways to improve- by happenstance, and so on down the fairway. There are helpful items about etiquette and proper concentration and types of golfers and how to buy equipment and how to improve your grip, and so on further down the fairway. For the real gone golfers- these zan.

Pub Date: Oct. 4th, 1954
Publisher: Prentice-Hall