A Golfer's Dictionary
A humorous dictionary about golfing terms with a twist. Illustrations by the author.
BIRDIE - n. Feathered and winged targets on, around and above a golf course. DIVOT - n. Rocks and large pieces of the course aimed at a fellow player’s head when that person has his back turned. HANDICAP - n. The amount of lying needed to give a golfer an acceptable score; v. to be limited in golfing ability because of being saddled with an honest partner, dead partner, etc.
If you golf or know someone who does and can laugh about it, this book is sure to be a winner.
About Ben Baker (Other Author)
Ben is a syndicated humor columnist, author, hunter, dad, fisherman and hunter. He currently runs a small newspaper in Southwest Georgia and believes the Oxford Comma is an abomination.
So far Ben has authored 14 books that are in print, two of those ghost-written, contributed to two humor anthologies and more than 30 history books. He has several books in the works.
His favorite authors are Douglas Adams, John Brunner, Harry Turtledove, Issac Asimov, Frank Herbert, Robert Roark, Gordon MacQuarrie and Charles Shulz.