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Author: Jim Corbett Narrator: Jonathon Marosz, Jonathan Marosz Publisher: Oasis Audio, LLC Format: Abridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: Pocket Idiot's Guides Release Date: April 2007 ISBN: 9781608143382
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You're no idiot, of course.  You know all golfers should follow the rules and play nice with others.  But sometimes you get so focused on your game that you leave your manners - and your rulebook - in the clubhouse... The Pocket Idiot's Guide to Golf Rules and Etiquette will help you master the finer points of golf culture.  In this Pocket Idiot's Guide, you get:
 
An overview of complex rules that govern a round of golf.
Clear explanations of links etiquette that every golfer should know.
Down-to-earth advice on dressing properly and loading your golf bag correctly.
Tips on repairing ball marks, dealing with lost balls, and recovering from golfing gaffes.
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About the Author

Author Jim Corbett

Jim Corbett is the creator, author, and developer of the popular website Mr. Golf Etiquette, which includes his advice column, Ask Mr. Golf Etiquette. A golf guy from Golf Guys Radio, a weekly program broadcast to over thirty-five stations nationwide, he also coauthored the book The Golf Book for Kids.

About the Narrator

Jonathan Marosz has narrated dozens of audiobooks throughout his career, including numerous titles by bestselling authors David Baldacci, Harlan Coben, and Tony Hillerman. He is a veteran stage performer with regional and national stage credits ranging from works by Shakespeare to modern day.