derrierloisirs.fr
» » Club Life: The Games Golfers Play

Download Club Life: The Games Golfers Play ePub

by John Steinbreder

Download Club Life: The Games Golfers Play ePub
  • ISBN 1589792920
  • ISBN13 978-1589792920
  • Language English
  • Author John Steinbreder
  • Publisher Taylor Trade Publishing; 1st Taylor Trade Pub. Ed edition (March 30, 2006)
  • Pages 192
  • Formats lrf lrf lit mbr
  • Category Outdoor Sports
  • Subcategory Miscellaneous
  • Size ePub 1858 kb
  • Size Fb2 1892 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 789

The golf club may be most commonly regarded as a place where men and women play that royal and ancient game, but truth be told, it also serves as a sort of Petri dish for some of the most outrageous, hysterical, and inane behavior found in modern society. You have hackers and stiffs. Flakes and dilettantes. Corporate big wigs and trust fund babies. They all exist in a kind of upper crust Animal House, where the denizens wear Burberry blazers instead of togas, and guzzle gin-and-tonics rather than beers. But the laughs, and the head shaking, are very much the same.

Read John Steinbreder's Club Life very carefully before deciding. John Steinbreder knows that the truly important action in golf takes place not on tour but at home, in the clubs where you and I happily waste our weekends.

Read John Steinbreder's Club Life very carefully before deciding. You can't make this up," Steinbreder writes, and of course you don't need to since reality has given this skilled and experienced scribe more material than he could ever include in a single volume.

Start by marking Club Life: The Games Golfers Play as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Topics covered include everything from gender issues to handicaps to caddies. Steinbreder also takes his observant eye abroad, to the staid clubs of the .

Club Life: The Games Golfers Play, by John Steinbreder, Taylor Publishing C. Dallas, 2006 . A History of the Yale Club of New York City. From Turnberry To Tasmania - Adventures of a Traveling Golfer. Dallas, 2006, ISBN 1-58979-292-0. Solomon's Choice: A Guide to Custody for Ex-husbands, Spurned Partners, And Forgotten Grandparents, by John Steinbreder and Richard G. Kent, Taylor Publishing C. Dallas, 2006, ISBN 1-58979-284-X. A Place of Merit - A History of the Merit Club. Golf Kohler - In The New and Old Worlds. The Travis Invitational - 100 Years. A History of the Princess Anne Country Club.

The golf club may be most commonly regarded as a place where men and women play that royal and ancient game, but truth be told, it also serves as a sort of Petri dish for some of the most outrageous, hysterical, and inane behavior found in modern society. You have hackers and stiffs. Flakes and dilettantes.

He lives in Dallas, Texas. John Steinbreder is a senior writer at "Golfweek" and the author of several books, including "Club Life: The Games Golfers Play". He lives in Redding, Connecticut. Библиографические данные. The WOW Factor: How I Turned One Idea and My Unbridled Enthusiasm into a Golf Revolution.

Talk about Club Life: The Games Golfers Play


Pringles
I enjoyed this book very much and I suggest it to anyone who belongs to a Country Club
Malakelv
Dissappoited with this book, very tilted toward old, best know clubs. And, author's opinion about many things happening today in golf and at golf clubs are in my opinion out of step with what is going on and will be if golf is going to grow in the future.