Top critical review
on 16 June 2014
I'm not a fan of giving spiteful reviews but really this book is for a very different type of golf reader than me. So please take this very much as my opinion and clearly it's in isolation to the other positive reviews.
It attempts to be funny in a way that I'm afraid just isn't, which really grates after a while. And it's written in a fashion that reminds me of a high mark GCSE essay. Lots of unnecessary addition of faintly clever similes that make you scream "get on with it". But the actual getting on with it and discovery of the "secret" just leaves you feeling "eh, is that it?".
So, not for me, I'm afraid. Two stars only because I hate being a "one star" reviewer.