`Laugh out loud funny,' said Golf World. This is a book about people who lose balls, clubs, tempers and, on occasion, the course they're supposed to be playing; people who feel they are doing well if the ball they hit on the 18th green is the same ball they drove off the first tee. `Anyone who has played golf - or tried to play golf - will find this addictive book unputdownable. Highly recommended.'
Sunday Times bestselling author Vernon Coleman has been a professional author for over 40 years. His hugely popular books have sold over two million hardback and paperback copies in the UK alone and been translated into 25 languages. His novel `Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War' has been turned into an award winning movie. His other books on sport include The Man Who Inherited A Golf Course. Vernon Coleman has presented numerous television and radio programmes and has written columns for major newspapers and magazines around the world.
What the papers say about Vernon Coleman:
Coleman is a very funny writer - This England
Vernon Coleman writes brilliant books - The Good Book Guide
He writes lucidly and wittily - Good Housekeeping
Compulsive reading - The Guardian
A godsend! - Daily Telegraph
Brilliant! - The People
Superstar - Independent on Sunday
For more information about books by Vernon Coleman please see his author pages on Amazon, or visit www.vernoncoleman.com
There are plenty of golf books which describe how to hold a club or cure a hook. (And much good may they do you.) There are hundreds, probably thousands, of books describing the glorious careers of golfers who have made fortunes out of doing wonderful things with small white balls. This is neither an instructional book nor a book about a golfing superstar; this is a book about people who feel that they are doing well if the ball they hit on the 18th green is the same ball they drove off the first tee. "Too Many Clubs And Not Enough Balls" is a novel about people who lose balls, clubs, tempers and, on occasion, the course they're supposed to be playing.