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Book: A golfing I will go - Golfer delight by Eugene Williams
A country bunkum from Iowa gets a chance to impress his wife's father in Scotland playing golf at Greywalls and completely makes a fool out of himself, in the process wrecks the country club. And nearly ends an un prefect marriage, perhaps golf is a game left to someone else what a funny story for any married man or golfer out there.
 
Book: Absolutely Hilarious Adult Golf Joke Book - A Treasury of the Best Golf Jokes Causing Loud Guffaws and Laughing Convulsions
A Great Gift for Any Golfer! Over 200 pages of golf jokes. Puts everyone in a great mood! Laughter helps you relax and focus and play better. No corny jokes here. Caution: These aren't the kind of jokes your momma told you - strictly for adults. This is the first adult golf joke book of its kind. Don't accept imitations. It will chase the blues away. Amazing compilation of the funniest adult golf [...]
 
Book: Fascinating Golf Stories and More Hilarious Adult Golf Jokes
A great gift for the adult golfer. He'll love you for the warmhearted stories and the laughs this book brings. Stories about Tiger, and many other great golfers on the PGA Tour. It is a wonderful collection of intriguing stories, thought-provoking and intelligent quotes on golf as well as life in general. Adults Only. Tags: golf stories, sports quotes, sports quotations, sports book, sports gift, [...]
 
Book: Conversations with the Golf God by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
Every day around the world golfers wonder if the Golf God is real and how much he impacts the game. This book answers many age old questions. Yes, the Golf God is real! He appeared to local golfer Shanks one day, dancing on a bar at The Fleece Muni Golf Course and told Shanks he had been chosen to be his disciple. "Why have I been chosen?" Shanks asked, bewildered. "Because you are the worst [...]
 
Book: The Longest Shot - Jack Fleck, Ben Hogan, and Pro Golf's Greatest Upset at the 1955 U.S. Open by Neil Sagebiel
The inspirational story of the unknown golfer from Iowa who beat his idol in the 1955 U.S. Open With the overlooked Jack Fleck still playing the course, NBC-TV proclaimed that the legendary Ben Hogan had won his record fifth U.S. Open and signed off from San Francisco. Undaunted, the forgotten Iowan rallied to overcome a nine-shot deficit over the last three rounds still a U.S. Open record and [...]
 
Book: Stinger Maguire (Bruce DelReno Mysteries Book 2) by Mike Bove
Taryn Maguire was good at hitting the shot called a stinger, good enough to get on the PGA Tour. Taryn was called Stinger. A top golfer, he was also known as a humanitarian. He was found brutally murdered after returning to Willowtree, Arizona, his hometown, for a charity event. Bruce DelReno, a retired postman and golf enthusiast, found the body and becomes emotionally involved in the murder [...]
 
Book: Winning Golf and Poker's Mind Game by John J. Gallagher
On the surface golf and poker seem to be two disparate entities with very little in common. However, the contents of Book 1 (golf) and Book 2 (poker) details and demonstrates that both are similar in many ways with the most important element being the sharing of mental attributes essential for initial and on-going consistent success. Both activities also provide ego-satisfaction along with [...]
 
Book: Power Fade by Keith Gockenbach
Professional golfer Roy Gilbert wakes, dazed and defenseless, in the mangrove swamp of the Everglades. Across the bay hangs the wreckage of the small Cessna his friend John piloted on their sightseeing trip that afternoon. Roy has no memory of the crash, and John is nowhere to be found. Roy does remember the intimidating chopper pilot he and John encountered at the airport prior to their flight. [...]
 
Book: Match Play by John J. Gallagher
As a long time professional writer contributing to a wide variety of commercial markets John J. Gallagher saw the world of novel writing as the ultimate goal to satisfy a creative imagination. Prior to becoming interested in golf, John experienced sport at the elite level having been a professional and international soccer player. However his interest moved to the game of golf in his senior years [...]
 
Book: Tee for two by Sybil Powell
This is my eighth book and with the exception of the trilogy Evergreen they are all totally different yet all in some way reflect the experiences I have had in my life. Not too long ago I took up golf which stimulated this book and made me wonder about the private lives of professional golfers. They too must have ups and downs just like Gemma in this book perhaps not as strange or dramatic but [...]
 
Book: The Perfect Round by Will Silver Hastings
A super-computing, experimental robot incorporating revolutionary next-generation technology falls out of the sky and lands on a golf course with nowhere to hide. In order to survive, he must learn to play the only game where perfection is impossible. The Perfect Round is the latest project from the creator and designer of Jewels of the Oracle, Jewels II and Forever Worlds CD-ROM games. Due to [...]
 
Book: Shot to Hell by Angela Falkowska
Sister Mary Christopher's life as a nun wasn't remarkable, but her death is about to make a big splash! After she dies accidentally, she goes straight to Hell, where she does her best to turn the Underworld upside down. His Satanic Magnificence sends the "Holy Terror" on a mission of revenge just because He's BORED. She struggles through her eye-opening, and at times, sticky task, unaware it's [...]
 
Book: Mystic Links - Every Game Has Its Stories by Clive Scarff
"I am a golfer-at-large and not really a book critic, but I can honestly tell you I very much enjoyed reading Mystic Links. I would, without hesitation, tell you that you will enjoy it too. A very interesting way of talking golf via stories that are not your normal morning ball and golf tale. Ken Green - 5-Time PGA Tour Champion" Virtually no one out there lacks an opinion about golf. Golfers are [...]
 
Book: Willowtree (Bruce DelReno Mysteries Book 1) by Mike Bove
In this cozy mystery Bruce DelReno, retired mailman and avid golfer finds a body near the golf course. He attempts to link this to other murders, which he sees connected to the entanglements and secrets of a group of locoweed smoking locals. His friend, an Apache Indian, becomes involved and supplies much of the dry humor. Much of the story takes place at the golf course, a favorite restaurant, [...]
 
Book: The Dumpsters of Time by Leonard Stegmann
He's back, and this time Leonard Stegmann explains that sitting naked in hot mud isn't as much fun as you'd think, why God invented television, the reason it's fun to throw away all of your pennies, why nipples are funny little things and why there is really nothing on Earth better than getting free socks. And he somehow manages to do all this, and so much more, in alphabetical order!
 
Book: BAD LIES by Rolynn Anderson
Italy's haunted caves spell danger for an American golfer and a NATO geologist. Sophie Maxwell is a late-blooming, unorthodox golfer, and mother of a precocious thirteen year-old. Determined to put divorce, bankruptcy, and a penchant for gambling in her past, Sophie goes to Italy for a qualifying golf tournament. Jack Walker turned his back on a pro golfing career to become a geologist. As a [...]
 
Book: Single Status by Linda Swift
B.J. and Dana, through a stateside headquarters error, find themselves sharing a villa when they come to start up a St. Croix power plant. The job is single status, which suits them in every way. B.J. is still smarting from the end of her ten year marriage and Dana carries hurt and guilt for the death of his wife and young son in a plane crash. When B.J. becomes the scapegoat for everything that [...]
 
Book: A Tunnel is Only a Hole on Its Side (The Hole Trilogy) by James Minter
British Humor at its best Book II of the Hole Trilogy This book follows in the tradition of great British classics, such as Fawlty Towers, Blott on the Landscape, and other brilliant examples of British eccentricities at their most ridiculous and enjoyable. The novel continues the ongoing animosity between Colin Griggs and Major Woods, who are at loggerheads following their previous encounters. [...]
 
Book: Angel's Blessing by Carol Marlene Smith
A good deed might just lead Angel into a lifetime of rewards. It's been one year since Angel Walker divorced her intolerable husband, James, and one year since Jake Jordan lost his dear wife, Rosaline to a car accident. Now -- twelve years since Angel and Jake last saw each other -- Angel is returning to Nova Scotia to help out her aunt who's just taken a fall. But running the Bed and Breakfast [...]
 
Book: The Hole Opportunity (The Hole Trilogy) by James Minter
Colin and Izzy Griggs' traditional farming way of life is under threat from red tape from Brussels and Whitehall. Taking inspiration from a doughnut, Colin sets up a "Hole Farming Business". His first job is to supply 18 holes for the newly refurbished golf course. Colin's ineptness leads to a number of incidents surrounding the grand opening, creating an arch enemy of the Club's Captain: Major [...]
 
Book: What a Crooked Web We Weave by Monica Thomas
Rachael Delanie was a very spoiled brat, her step father was the late great golf legion Lorenzo Delanie. She was used to getting whatever she'd wanted growing up until her step father begin hanging out with the wrong crowds. The web begins to become woven when he begins to pick up those bad habits that nearly has costs him to lose everything that he owns. His carelessness with funds put such a [...]
 
Book: The Legend of the Putter Frog by Randy Bazemore
Deep in the heart of Frogmore, South Carolina, at a pond on the local golf course, there lives a little frog who dreams of someday becoming a famous golfer. Though his family wishes he would study harder and be practical, the little frog just can t give up his dream. Determined to be the best, he learns the rules of golf, makes his own clubs, and creates his own course made of lily pads. Soon, [...]
 
Book: The Intrepid Golfer - A Story about Loss, Love, and Overcoming the Odds by K. D. Anderson
This is an uplifting story about loss, overcoming adversity, and the triumph of the human spirit. Kenji Watanabe is struck by lightening on a golf course in Hawaii. In the aftermath of this horrendous incident, he discovers that by some miracle he has become a perfect golfer, every shot straight and true. As a result of a near-death experience Kenji commits to using his new golf gift to help [...]
 
Book: Double Bogey Murder (Bob Roosevelt Mystery Series 1 Book 3) by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
Private Eye Bob Roosevelt, still unable to find the love of his life, decides he will move to Phoenix, rent an apartment with a pool, and take up golf. What better way to find a lady who will love him. His guardian angel tells Roosevelt he is dumber than a rock and love is not all it is made out to be. Once again ignoring good advice Roosevelt ends up in Phoenix. But what does he find on his [...]
 
Book: Difficult People - A Practical Guide To Dealing With The 10 Main Types by Kimberly Mathews
Difficult people, pig-headed people or just plain A#%*$, pardon my French. But however you refer to them, we've all come across them at some stage. This eBook is straight to the point and deliberately written in a lighthearted, clear and easy to digest style. It will show you techniques and strategies you can use to understand and address the 10 most common types of difficult people.
 
Book: GUILT TRIP (A Lauren Beck Crime Novel Book 2) by Donna Huston Murray
Awarded HONORABLE MENTION in genre fiction, Writer's Digest 2018 - Stockholders send you death threats, and your son-in-law/Chief Financial Officer just committed suicide. Now something is off about the blonde hanging onto the deceased's remaining brother. Allow her to attend the Caribbean funeral your daughter planned? Friends close/enemies closer. A nod, and ex-cop Lauren Beck is in. Big [...]
 
Book: Uncommon Household Tips - ..use ordinary items in extraordinary ways by Deb Graham
Stop don't throw that away! Repurpose it instead! Here are dozens of new uses for TWENTY ordinary household items you don't think twice about. From using golf tees to hang your hammer to dental floss for scrapbooking, you'll be inspired to look around the house before you run back to the store. We all want to save money, while making life easier. Buy this book---you'll be amazed at how many of [...]
 
Book: What Doesn't Kill You (A Lauren Beck Crime Novel Book 1) by Donna Huston Murray
Awarded HONORABLE MENTION, 2015 Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards. Lauren Beck's friends, phone, home, credit and credibility are gone, severed with surgical precision by an enemy intent on framing her for murder. Is it one of the insureds she was hired to investigate? The fellow employee she upstaged? Does the daughter of her landlady and dear friend, Corinne Wilder, hate her even more [...]
 
Book: Punahou Blues by Kirby Wright
Growing up in Honolulu isn't all it's cracked up to be for Jeffrey Gill. After he gets into prestigious Punahou School, his rite of passage includes losing the babe of his dreams to a creep, surviving Killahaole Day, and getting pushed around by the school bully. In the world of academics, Jeff knows he's hardly Stanford material. Uncle Sharkey teaches Jeff the sweet science and he beefs his arch [...]
 
Book: Perhaps Another Time by Maggie Maloney
The screenplay for this story, titled "Timeframe," was the 2nd-place winner in the Writer's Digest International Writing Competition! 1878. Life for textile worker Amanda Levesque is harsh and demoralizing - until she meets and finds herself beguiled by the curious charm of Jesse Randall. Jesse, a stressed-out 21st-century workaholic, has traveled back in time through an intriguing 4-dimensional [...]
 


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