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The Book of Golf Disasters & Bizarre Records

Chris Plumridge

Publisher: G2 Rights

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Introduced by the legendary broadcaster Terry Wogan, this new EBook is a re-release of Chris Plumridge’s best-selling bedside book describing all the things that can go wrong on the golf course and the crazy records that came about as a consequence.

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