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Manly Golf: 50 Ways To Muscle Your Way To Victory
     

Manly Golf: 50 Ways To Muscle Your Way To Victory

by Becker & Mayer Ltd., Peter Georgeson (Illustrator)
 
Now here's a golf book with lots of muscle. This small, tongue-in-cheek volume takes the "new golf" popularity represented by Tiger Woods and John Daly and shoots it way over the top. Sure to be a hit with guys who play the game for fun, Manly Golf will also give them plenty of ideas to keep them one-upping their regular foursome.For example, Tip #1 suggests golfers

Overview

Now here's a golf book with lots of muscle. This small, tongue-in-cheek volume takes the "new golf" popularity represented by Tiger Woods and John Daly and shoots it way over the top. Sure to be a hit with guys who play the game for fun, Manly Golf will also give them plenty of ideas to keep them one-upping their regular foursome.For example, Tip #1 suggests golfers get plenty of manly tattoos. This will add four strokes to each distracted opponent's score because they will be busy reading your painted body instead of the green. Other ideas? Demonstrate golfing manliness by wearing the Austin Powers-approved "chest rug." Install a gun rack in your cart to cradle your driver.A sequel to Golf Dirty Tricks, Manly Golf gives golfers lots of ways to shock, impress, and beat opponents. The book comes with manly tattoos (temporary), just to get them started.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780740722721
Publisher:
Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication date:
04/01/2002
Edition description:
Book and Tattoos
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Chris Rodell is coauthor of When Bad Things Happen to Good Golfers. He's a regular contributor to Maximum Golf, which asked him to profile the future of golf on the moon and the history of streaking at the British Open. He's contributed humor pieces to Maxim and once gained 20 pounds in one week on the Elvis Diet for National Enquirer. He lives in Latrobe, Penn., on Arnold Palmer Drive.

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