Présentation de l'éditeur
Instead, "Bad Golf" is a unique, insightful and ribald examination of the everyday player's view of golf. Written with passion and wry, incisive wit, Simon explores the lure of golf for 90 percent of the players who can't break bogey - the bad golfers. With his tongue firmly planted in cheek, he takes the reader on a journey of badness, finding enlightenment, joy and even a few lessons along the way.
From "The Art of the Club Toss" to "Eliminating the 40-Putt Round," Simon has his finger on the pulse of what passionately drives so many golfers to pick up the clubs, and the frustrations experienced in trying to perfect the game. Acknowledging the difficulty in ever becoming Number One, he provides advice and solace on how to get the most of your game, and keep it all in perspective.
Written with the average golfer in mind, "Bad Golf" still extends its expansive stories beyond the fairways, making this a thoughtful read for anyone who likes to chuckle at life, and the roadblocks thrown in our way.
This series of essays, written in an easy-to-read format, is ideal for today's on-the-go world. Each chapter stands alone, and the reader can set it aside for months, if needed, and still pick it back up without losing a beat. Unlike golf.