Guest Author - Letta Meinen
Since I have been writing as Golf Editor I have reviewed many different types of items dealing with golf. Golf books are always a favorite to give as gifts to your favorite golfers or as prizes for any tournament. The books I have reviewed here may be just the item you were looking for. I cover a variety of subjects from history to the mundane.
This book is a 12-step program on how to Quit Golf. It mostly is a funny book how crazy some golfers can get about their game. It would be a good gift to that overly committed person to their golf game. .read my review of this golf book
This book is Golf's Most Wanted - the top ten book of golf's outrageous Duffers, deadly divots, and other oddities. Tells of unusual things that have happen to golfers. In golf history it is filled with colorful players and crazy shots. This books tries to cover many of the unusual shots.read my review of this golf book
Every golfers wishes for that Ace in golf a Hole-in-one. This book covers facts, legend and lore on Golf's luckiest shot. Interesting read of people all over the world about their lucky shot. All types of players have scored that lucy shot but many good players are still seeking that Ace.read my review of hole in one book
Any golfer interested in history will enjoy this book about the life of Bobby Jones. He never earned any money playing golf as he remained an amateur his whole life. Read about his many accomplishments and even his temper tantrums.read this review about Bobby Jones
This book has some funny line and good drawings of people who play golf. Some of the pictures resemble Bill Clinton. There is an introduction by Dave Barry.
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This would make a good gift for a new lady golfer. It lists all the things she will need to start playing this game. Good illustrations. read my review about feeling naked on the first tee.
A great book written for the women golfer. Excellent tips with photographs to demonstrate proper stance and swing. Great book for the person that wants to start playing golf.read my review
A great book for any ladies group looking for a variety of games to play in their league. It is no longer in print but may find a copy in used on Amazon.com. read my review
Any golfer will enjoy this book about the history of golf. This is an excellent book of the 1913 US Open tournament when Francis Ouimet beat his idol Harry Vardon of England. He used a 10 year old caddie. check out my review
The is a book with humorous episode by the Author Turk Pipkin tells of his trying to take ten strokes off his game in a year. In the book the Old Man and the Tee - How I took ten strokes off my game and learned to love golf all over again. He was doing this in honor of his father who had passed away.
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