Finally, a book that delves into the warped and obsessive mind of today's golfer. Whether your idea of golf is an occasional round with fellow duffers at the local muni or frequent forays to far-flung courses in search of the perfect round, you'll identify with this book like no other.
Popular golf humorist George Fuller will have you laughing as he makes light of the idiosyncrasies of otherwise sane people who are addicted to this holy, wholly frustrating game.
I Golf, Therefore I Am—Nuts! brings out the humor in situations that all golfers can relate to:
-Looking for Mulligan, the patron saint of forgiveness
-The hype architects and developers use when describing a new course
-Quirks, quips, and superstitions from the PGA Tour
If your eyes light up every time you read about a new driver, your TiVo has golf programming that originally aired in 2004, you receive holiday cards from greenskeepers, or your golf wardrobe doubles as business casual, then I Golf, Therefore I Am—Nuts! is for you.