Synopses & Reviews
The authors of The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook take to the links! Dave and Josh join golf fanatic James Grace, drawing on their own tragic exploits and the experience of experts to help golfers survive dozens of dire situations. Learn how to finish a round with a broken arm, deal with a cigar brush fire, cure golf addiction, or remove a tick. Discover the best way to play out of a water hazard, make it through a lightning storm, or survive being hit in the privates. Hands-on, illustrated, step-by-step instructions guide you through these and other perils lurking on the fairway. With an appendix of rules for bizarre mis-haps, strategies for surmounting dress-code and equipment crises, and other essential survival tips, this handy guide won't help you save par-but it could save your bacon! Don't tee off without it.
Offers advice for coping with various mishaps that may occur on the golf course, from unfavorable situations during a match, to problems with gear and wild animals, to the prevention and treatment of medical emergencies.
The team behind the best-selling THE WORST-CASE SCENARIO SURVIVAL HANDBOOK series has hit the links, and report back with advice for dozens of all new worst-case scenarios, from how to stop a runaway golf cart to retrieving a ball from a tree to breaking up a fight. On the model of the previous WCS titles, with boy scout illustrations and hands-on, how to instruction for disasters on the green (no cures for a bad slice or putting improvements, just the worst-case scenarios). With an appendix of rules for unexpected disasters, tips for fashion emergencies, and more.
About the Author
Joshua Piven is the co-author of all the books in The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook series. He lives in Philadelphia, where he's been working to bring his handicap down to double digits. He plans to win all four majors in a single year.
David Borgenicht, co-author of The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook series, lives in Philadelphia with his wife and has been known to act as her caddy-or at least he carries her bags and follows her around a lot.
James Grace, a life-long golf lover, held a golf club shortly after birth and was an early master of miniature golf. To this day he can perfectly time the windmill. He lives in Boston.