GOLF BIBLIOGRAPHY - QUOTES, TRIVIA, & OTHER GOLF MISCELLANY
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Everything Golf Book
The Everything Golf Book; Essential rules, useful tips, amusing by Richard Mintzer and Peter Grossman
The title is fairly explanatory. Sections include Golf History, Abridge Official Rules, Golf Etiquette, Golf Equipment, Playing the Game, and lists of courses, schools, tours, tournaments, etc. etc. An interesting book to thumb through.

Chickensoup...
Chicken Soup for the Golfer's Soul: 101 Stories of Insights, Inspiration and Laughter on the Links, edited by Jack Canfield
Some of the stories and anecdotes are good, some are corny, but overall the book is entertaining. An excellent gift for the golfer in your life.

Jack Said to Arnie...
And Then Jack Said to Arnie...' -- a Collection of the Greatest True Golf Stories of All Time, by Don Wade; Forward by Lee Trevino
One of several such books of stories, anecdotes and other reminiscences of the game. Like popcorn, hard to put down.

Outrageous Quotes
Golf's Most Outrageous Quotes: An Official Bad Golfers Association Book. By Bruce M. Nash, Allan Zullo, Bill Hartigan, and Pat Oliphant (Illustrator)
Example, from Arnold Palmer: "I have an easy way to take five strokes off your score. Use an Eraser."

Bad Golf My Way
Bad Golf My Way, by Leslie Nielsen and Henry Beard
A paroldy of Jack Nicklaus's Golf My Way.

Mulligan's Laws
Mulligan's Laws: A Lifetime of Golfing Wisdom from the Genius Who Invented the Do-Over , by Henry Beard (Editor), Thomas Mulligan

Official Exceptions to Rules
The Official Exceptions to the Rules of Golf, Centennial Edition, by Henry Beard and John Boswell
"A bible for the sensible golfer who doesn't have time to lose."


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TRIVIA, QUOTE BOOKS, AND OTHER GOLF MISCELLANY
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