Earn the respect of anyone you play with, no matter what your score, with quicker, smarter golf.
There's a right way and a wrong way to play golf, and believe it or not, neither one has anything to do with how well you hit the ball. Whether you're a pro or a hacker, every golfer needs to understand the etiquette of the game.
Like old family traditions or words from the wise, golf etiquette filters down from player to player by word-of-mouth and sharing. Little by little, inexperienced golfers learn not to walk in front of another player, step in their line, putt out of turn or park their cart in the wrong place. And they usually learn it while irritating their playing partners and embarrassing themselves. There is a better way.
Doofus-Proof Golf: A Quick-Read, Golf Etiquette Guide, is a light-hearted, wise-acre guide to help you understand the nuances of the game and keep you from branding yourself a doofus. If you want to fit in, and avoid embarrassing yourself out on the course, this is a book you need to read before you tee it up again.
Nervous beginners wonder Where do I stand?, Who goes first?, When is it my turn?, Did that swing count?, Where do I park the cart? Those questions, and dozens of other etiquette items, are described and illustrated in this book to help you become at least partially doofus-proofed. See what some golf-smart experts say about the book. (See reviews).
Golf continues to grow in popularity, among young people and throughout the business world. There are lots of book on the rules of golf, and every golfer should read one sometime. There are also plenty of books on golf etiquette to choose from - just take a look. But with illustrations, and a step-by-step approach to taking you through a day at the course, Doofus-Proof Golf shows you just what to do, and not do, every step along the way.
Doofus-Proof Golf: A Quick-Read, Golf Etiquette Guide makes behaving like a golfer a lot easier than hitting fairways or greens. But when you carry yourself like a golfer, and understand the ebb and flow of the game, you can enjoy being out there regardless of your score.