Never Mind Where the Ball Went and other Golf Stories

Never Mind Where the Ball Went and other Golf Stories

by Forbes Abercrombie

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Never Mind Where the Ball Went and other Golf Stories by Forbes Abercrombie

Have you ever thought of throwing your clubs with a bit of draw? Or deliberately playing slowly to rattle the opposition? Have you used the well-timed tactless remark to gain advantage? Read on and realise how such behaviour rebounds on the club golfer.
Discover also the satisfaction of taking part in the running of events and of the unusual way of stifling discussion in Committee. Whoever would have thought of cutting the holes square for a change and horrified the greenkeeper? Where does the red wolf fit in?
The author Forbes Abercrombie is a retired surgeon who took up golf in his early twenties, getting down to a single figure handicap at his best. He accompanied his clubs to many courses in many countries and had many adventures in play.
He has chosen thirty episodes which illuminate the corners of the great game. You will not find any instructional material here; just the moments that gave him most pleasure at the time. Incredible though these stories may seem, every story is true.
There is something for everyone in this slim volume. A word of warning though; this is not recommended bedtime reading, as you will have finished the book before you can put it down!

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BN ID: 2940149645961
Publisher: Pneuma Springs Publishing
Publication date: 08/02/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 46
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Born on the 28th of March 1935 in London, his father was a General Practitioner in Hampstead. After his younger sister was born his family moved into Fenton House which is now a National Trust Property. Forbes Abercrombie is a retired surgeon and editor of the newsletter of the Nottingham Friends of the Museums, wit and raconteur. Educated at Charterhouse, Caius College Cambridge and St Bartholomews Hospital, after qualification he worked as a junior doctor in St Bartholomews itself, Great Ormond Street Hospital for sick children, the Royal Northern Hospital, Leicester and Portsmouth. Apart from professional writings; chapters in text books, papers and case reports, he has written three articles in ‘Trout and Salmon’ and a potted biography of a local character. I have recently taken on the editorship of the quarterly newsletter of the ‘Friends of Nottingham’. He has been married for over fifty years and has many grandchildren.

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