Synopses & Reviews
Golf’s multitalented combination of Dave Barry, P.J. O’Rourke, and Rick Reilly, David Feherty is the nation’s funniest and most popular on-screen golf personality. His "Sidespin" column is the most popular feature in Golf Magazine, and his first novel, A Nasty Bit of Rough, cracked the New York Times bestseller list. Now, at long last, an omnibus of Feherty’s best nonfiction hilarity.
Somewhere in Ireland, A Village is Missing an Idiot is a collection of Feherty’s most popular Golf Magazine columns, intermingled with his most outrageous work from Golfonline.com. As an added bonus, readers will be treated to some notorious pieces from his work at the British publication Golf Monthly. Edited by and with a running commentary by Feherty, and accompanied by some of the priceless letters to the editor from readers across the country and around the globe complaining about Feherty’s perversity, Somewhere in Ireland is the perfect Father’s Day gift for the crankiest duffer in every family.
The "New York Times" bestselling author of "A Nasty Bit of Rough" returns with a singular assortment of ribald observations on golf, life, and how best to not take any of it seriously. Line drawings.
About the Author
Upon his retirement from professional golf in 1997, David Feherty
has been a mainstay on CBS Sports as an on-course personality and commentator throughout the PGA golf season. In addition to penning the Golf Magazine
column, Feherty writes a biweekly column for Golfonline
, the most popular golf website. Feherty enjoyed a very successful professional career with ten victories on the European Tour, over $3 million won in prize money, and an appearance on the European Ryder Cup Team in 1991. He lives in Dallas, Texas, with his wife Anita and their five children, Erin, Rory, Shey, Karl, and Fred.