The Little Book of Golf Slang by Randy Voorhees
Even more than most sports, golf has its own special language. To join the inner circle of the golfing fraternity -- to be cool on the course -- you must master the game's unique and clever lingo. The Little Book of Golf Slang helps you do just that -- it's a lexicon of more than 300 common and not-so-common terms, presented in a tongue-in-cheek style that's both fun and informative. Whimsical illustrations throughout complete the package.
A few examples of what readers will find:
- Cabbage: Deep, thick, inescapable rough. Also called spinach. Forget what your morn told you -- green, leafy vegetables are not healthy when it comes to your golf score.
- Central American Putt: A putt that's one revolution short of falling in the hole.
- Liz Taylor: A shot that's a little fat, but still okay. Not to be confused with a Roseanne.
- The Nineteenth Hole: The post-round tavern where golfers often find their best lies.
Condition: Very good/Hardcover