In this memoir of a golfer wannabe, Geist competes in the Bad Golfers Association Tournament - and loses. He skillfully analyzes Tiger Woods' game and offers his own insider's tips on playing better golf, including: "Every so often skip a hole - it's still the best way to take eight to 10 strokes off your game" and "Always play the closest hole."
What the critics say
"Mr. Geist has a gift for uncovering the quirky detail that makes the mundane humorous." (The New York Times)