Tony Dear's book “The Golfer’s Handbook: Tips, Wit and Wisdom to Inform and Entertain” a delight
Tony Dear takes a whimsical look at the game we love with his book, “The Golfer’s Handbook: Tips, Wit and Wisdom to Inform and Entertain.” Dear digs deep into his golfing soul to create a sort of golfer’s bible that touches on the game from all angles.
More than just words, the 128-page book offers a unique look and feel, from its handy size (6 inches by 8 inches, making it easy to travel with) to the 140 full-color illustrations. It gives off the impression of a diary with an intimate collection of stories and insight.
The book offers something for every level of player with instructions about basic skills and moving to advanced teachings. Dear provides drills and tips for both amateurs and experienced players.
He opines on slumps and grips and swings and tees. It’s a book you can read a handful of stories and then pick it up six months later and read a few more. Or you can devour it in one sitting. Either way, it’s a delightful look at why we all love golf. Published by Seller’s Publishing, the book retails for $16.95.
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