Sneaky ways to play more in "The Married Man’s Guide to Golf" by Kevin Sylvester
Kevin Sylvester, veteran golf and hockey broadcaster, has written a new book designed to show men how to play through some of the hazards of golf and marriage. Based on Sylvester’s transition from bachelor to married man, “The Married Man’s Guide to Golf” helps men hold onto their marital bliss while scheming how they can play more golf. It’s a fun read that includes a new “Set of Rules” such as “Keep your golf expenditures as secret as possible. Your job is to not to let her know how much you spend on golf.”
Sylvester suggests instead to use “factual deception” and he gives examples. On her birthday, he writes, “No golf. Her birthday is for sushi and sex.” Sylvester also inserts some clever ways to get out on the course more such as, “Ask for a gift that you have to use to play golf.” If all else fails, he suggests, “Encourage her to play the game.” And, oh yes: Sylvester, host of “Tee 2 Green” on WGRZ–TV (NBC) in Buffalo, N.Y., also suggests a golf “pre-Nup.”
Published by All Square Media, the book will be available as an eBook through major outlets and priced less than $5. See www.kevinsylvester.com.
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