Golf - The Funny Side

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One hundred and twenty thousand years ago an apeman, Ug Blankenthorpe, picked up a stick with a knob on the end. He instinctively liked it and started using it for hunting small mammals and striking people he didn't like. But he also had fun hitting small stones with it. To understand the evolution of the game read James Clarke’s fascinating history of golf. More

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About James Clarke

The author, James Clarke, works from Johannesburg and has published more than 30 books in the United States, the United Kingdom and South Africa. For most of his career he was a science writer specialising in environmental issues mainly in Africa.
He wrote the keynote book for the World Summit in 2002 - "Coming Back to Earth".
His books have been about natural history, environment and cultural history but over the last few years he has made a name as a writer of humorous books - mostly autobiographical.

He lives in Johannesburg from where he writes a thrice weekly humour column in The Star which is syndicated by Independent Newspapers.

He has been described as "South Africa's Best Humour Columnist" (SA's Comedy
Awards) and "South Africa's funniest columnist" (Financial Mail).

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Review by: Mary Rose Tuson on Aug. 2, 2014 :
If you are looking for some light-hearted banter for the 19th hole, this is the book for you. You will have your fellow golfers in stitches as you recount these funny golfing stories.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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