Book Reviews of The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Golf

The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Golf
The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook Golf
Author: Joshua Piven, James Grace, Jim Grace
ISBN-13: 9780811834605
ISBN-10: 0811834603
Publication Date: 4/1/2002
Pages: 175
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Book Type: Paperback
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How to stay safe and extricate yourself from embarrassing / dangerous situations while playing golf....
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HO to:
Stop a run away cart
Retrieve a club from a tree
Survive a Bird attack
Thwart a Cheat......and even play a good game of golf!
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How to stop a runaway cart
retrieve a club from a tree
survive a bird attack
thwart a cheat
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funny little book :) I got it for a stocking stuffer gift for my husband. It's a small but entertaining read. perfect for any golf enthusiast :)
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Initially, this seems like a tongue-in-cheek self-help manual for bizarre situations, and while some of the disastrous encounters might seem farfetched, many will prove to be likely misadventures. Those most apt to be needed by ordinary folks include how to break down a door, how to deal with a downed power line, how to escape from a sinking car, how to treat frostbite, and how to avoid being struck by lightning. For the more adventurous souls, technical assistance is provided for how to escape from quicksand, how to land a plane, how to survive if your parachute fails to open, and how to get to the surface if your scuba tanks runs out of air. For every wild scenario (such as how to maneuver on top of a moving train) there is an equally plausible explanation for something probable, such as how to treat a leg fracture. There are some surprising bits of advice that are contrary to what most people believe such as not sucking out poisonous snake venom from a victim's wound, which will then poison the rescuer. The authors consulted experts in each field in order to provide the most accurate advice possible. Both Piven and Borgenicht are writers and editors and have experienced some dangerous encounters of their own. While some chapters will generate chuckles, others will make you pause to take notes, as you never know when you might find yourself in dire straits. Sure to be a big hit with teenage boys and adventurous types. Read by Burt Reynolds, this book is highly recommended for all public libraries. Gloria Maxwell, Penn Valley Community Coll., Kansas City, MO