Reviews

  • "Caused me to laugh out loud"

    The Times
  • "Cox may not have much to boast about in the field of sporting achievement, but he has what many of his rivals palpably lack: an inner landscape, an imagination. These are terrible handicaps for a golfer, but pretty darn useful in a writer... A very, very good book"

    Daily Telegraph
  • "I'm not a golf fan myself, but Cox is such an enthusiastic writer that he's made me see the sport in a new light"

    Mail on Sunday
  • "Tom Cox writes brilliantly about golf. He knows the game inside-out: its potent allure, its absurd comedy and its mind-bending frustrations. If they had a handicap-system for golf-writers Tom Cox would be scratch"

    William Boyd
  • "One of the funniest books on golf ever written"

    Metro