Sunday, June 04, 2006

Best golf book not written by John Daly

You may not know it, but I have been very busy over the past 2
years putting my thoughts and ideas together in a book about Golf.
I am very proud of the results, and in order to market the publication,
I am asking friends and family to be the first to own a copy.

The title of the book is:"Winning Golf Strategies", and I believe it gives the reader valuable playing tips and insider information that I have gained through my own years of experience in the game and observations of golfing partners.

Here is the Table of Contents from my new book:

Chapter 1 - How to Properly Line Up Your Fourth Putt
Chapter 2 - How to Hit a Nike from the Rough When You Hit an O.B. Titleist from the Tee
Chapter 3 - How to Avoid the Water When You Lie 8 in a Bunker
Chapter 4 - How to Get More Distance Off the Shank
Chapter 5 - When to Tell the Ranger Where You're Going to Put Your Foot
Chapter 6 - Using Your Shadow on the Greens to Maximize Earnings
Chapter 7 - When to Implement Handicap Management
Chapter 8 - Proper Excuses for Drinking Beer Before 9:00 a.m.
Chapter 9 - How to Urinate Behind a 4" x 4" Post Undetected.
Chapter 10 - How to Rationalize a 6 Hour Round
Chapter 11 - How to Find That Ball That Everyone Else Saw Go in the Water
Chapter 12 - Why Your Spouse Doesn't Care That You Birdied the 5th.
Chapter 13 - How to Let a Foursome Play Through Your Twosome
Chapter 14 - How to Relax When You Are Hitting Three Off the Tee
Chapter 15 - When to Suggest Major Swing Corrections to Your Opponent
Chapter 16 - The Meaning of the Birdie-to-Bogey Three Putt
Chapter 17 - When to Regrip Your Ball Retriever
Chapter 18 - Use a Strong Grip on the Hand Wedge and a Weak Slip on the Foot Wedge.
Chapter 19 - Why Male Golfers Will Pay $5.00 a Beer From The Cart
Girl and give Her a $3 Tip, but Will Balk at $3.50 at the 19th
Hole and Stiff the Bartender.......

Hopefully you will find my book intriguing and purchase a copy.
Thank you!

-this was e-mailed from a friend that was from a friend....and so on, and so on. Credit to this ditty has been lost in the many translations, but if anyone knows the proper credit to its originality, it will be noted.-

Thanks for reading. Keep it in the short-grass,


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