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Downhill Lies and Other Falsehoods or How to Play Dirty Golf
Downhill Lies and Other Falsehoods or How to Play Dirty Golf
Author: Rex Lardner
Humor. Writes the author in his beginning paragraph: "There are cynical souls who say the devil was abroad in the land on a long-ago day in the middle of the fifteenth century when some unknown genius, irked at the world and filled with hatred for his fellowman, invented the game of golf."
ISBN: 291254
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 152
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Publisher: Hawthorn Dutton
Book Type: Paperback
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Chose to read this book for a challenge because several people I know like to play golf. Maybe I should understand a little about it since I don't play the game. The book's historical background about golf, comments about professional players, and explaining the terms were interesting. I did not care for the tongue-int-cheek humor which seemed to be repeated which is not necessary for a book of this length. However, people who play golf may feel differently.


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