This vintage copy is a great golf coffee table book (the size of a hardback novel) a fine gift for any passionate golfer. We love this vintage green font paired and cartoon-like sketch cover art; has a quirky sense of humor with a Chevy Chase vibe. It is a fictional novel about a gentlemen's golf trip to Ireland and the adventures that ensue.
The Inside Jacket Synopsis: The author of He's Somewhere in There and Clubland: The Wrong Side of the Right People now engagingly turns his focus on one of his favourite pastimes, golf. In the company of four other keen players-one a teetotaller, to drive, the others English, middle aged and middle class - Anthony O'Connor takes part in a 'round Ireland' golfing holiday. They play the various courses and meet the local characters, of whom golf throws up more than its fair share. Most of the group hasn't visited Ireland before and they are in for surprises, both pleasant and salutary. Mr. O'Connor has a way with words that matches his performance on the greens of his native land.
Published: First published in 1979
by Martin Brian & 0'Keeffe Ltd out of London