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Aside from the fact that its cover is gold embossed, an appropriate green color, and is sized to fit in a golf bag, Golf Sonnets puts Shakespeare on the course with eighteen delightful works. Every fourteen-line sonnet captures the wonders, qualms and traumas of the old game in elegant, wry style, and each one sports a spirited illustration.
     Example:
     The Game... "But if you're thinking Golf is less than lame, You need to get a life, not just a Game."
     The Equipment..."So take a lesson if your game is ill...equipment is no substitute for skill."
     The Attire... "Although there's no sartorial convention, Your talent, not your clothes, should draw attention."
      Who wrote it?  Read on...