Woods aren't made of Wood,
This review is from: The Bluffer's Guide to Golf (The Bluffer's Guides) (Kindle Edition)
I think the comment from the Sunday Telegraph used on the back of this volume of the Bluffers Guide sums it up rather nicely "An amazing amount of solid fact disguised as frivolous observation." Couldn't agree more.
There has always been a kind of mysticism about the sport of golf - once the pastime of the rich. Personally I never thought myself good enough to be allowed to play on a real golf course. Pitch and putt was more my scene. Then I actually joined a club and realised that some of the other members who actually passed themselves off as "real golfers" were actually extraordinarily inept at the game.
I found I could hold my own (if you know what I mean). This Bluffers guide amazingly debunks the snobbishness of the game - explaining just what a mashie niblick is, discussing course etiquette, sportsmanship and many other delicate matters that will allow you to get by without the risk of being run off the course.
Another great slice of fun from the Bluffers team.