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Golf Formats For Societies & Game Secretaries - cover

Golf Formats For Societies & Game Secretaries

Alan Hyde

Publisher: M-Y Books ltd

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If you play golf  then this book is for you , offering a variety of new ways to play your favourite game through clear instructions it guarantees a fun day on the course with friends.

Includes individual game formats as well as

Individual Game Formats
2 Ball Team Game Formats
3 Ball Team Game Formats
4 Ball Team Tournament Formats
4 Ball  Tournament Fun Formats
Tournament Formats for mixed 3 & 4 Ball Teams

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