Surely, not Tiger, was the visceral reaction. Not this fine, upstanding symbol of clean-cut sportsmanship and athletic prowess. It was hard to grasp. It was hard to imagine.
Woods not only made his name in golf, he made golf a popular and exciting game. Of course, golf itself is a game of contradictions. Although it started at a rich man's sport, there is little question that it is now a game with millions of poor players. And most of them are fans of Tiger Woods. If not lovers.
Citizen Poet examines both the man and the game, investigating the similarities and relationship between golf and sex. And, of course, Citizen Poet has taken its usual liberties with poetic license.
Why do men cheat? Why do Tigers become Chetahs? Why is the 1 iron called "God's club?" What is Tiger Woods' secret to winning? And WTF does an elephant's ass have to do with golf? You'll find the answers to all of these questions and even more in "Ten Ways to Play the Lie."
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About the Author
With rapier wit and a sardonic eye, Dan writes poetry that penetrates, dissects and eviscerates charlatans, fools, hypocrits and con artists with satire, ridicule and humor. He is also a novelist.
His political satire, Master Spies Die Laughing, reveals the inner schemes and dark secrets of the last one hundred days of the Bush administration.
His forthcoming mystery, Boxes Lie Waiting, to be published later this year, was an Amazon.com Breakthrough Novel Award winner.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A funny book that would have been more humorous if it were not all true! I am not a fan of golf or of Tiger Woods and this book takes on both! Dan writes of how tigers become cheetahs and is quick with the golf related humor. I found the book to be funny but I find this whole Tiger Woods affair sickening¿like Dan states there are ¿Ten ways to play the lie!¿