Golf’s Best Short Stories
Edited by Paul D. Staudohar
Golf is an addictive game, whether you play or are a fan. In the space of a few hours, over one round, you move between elation and despair, from triumph to tragedy and partake of pleasures and frustrations. Who better to share their passion for the game than the twentieth century’s finest writers?
… and many more.
The perfect gift for the golf enthusiast who has everything!
“It is somewhat tempting fate to entitle a book Golf’s Best Short Stories. In this case, though, it is hard to complain too much. There are 24 of them in this book… and several are absolute gems.”
“A fine collection that satisfyingly combines old favourites with a few surprising finds… the stories do live up to their billing.”
‘Observer Sports Monthly’
“If there is anything that helps me through the miseries of …golf… it is a dip into this little treasure trove.”
“All human emotion, much of it private, is there on the golf course and as this collection of American and British stories prove it is for authors to exploit… A smashing read.”
‘Manchester Evening Post’