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Summary

Building on the huge success of The Wit of Cricket, this is a collection of the funniest golf anecdotes, jokes, and stories, performed by Peter Alliss, Tim Brooke-Taylor, and Robert Powell.

Here is a bumper bag of humorous anecdotes and amusing tales from the world of golf that proves it is a funny old game – bunkers, birdies, and all!

Recorded live by Peter Alliss, Tim Brooke-Taylor, and Robert Powell in front of an enthusiastic audience at Hindhead Golf Club in Surrey, here are dozens of hilarious stories about legendary players such as Seve Ballesteros, Nick Faldo, Jack Nicklaus, and Tiger Woods – and also caddies, club golf, pro-celebrity tournaments, and commentary gaffes!

©2010 Barn Productions (P)2010 Hodder & Stoughton

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what Peter would say:

bit dated but good fun and Peter Alice is great as usual.
Tim brook Taylor's a bit naff