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Missing Links Paperback – May 19, 1997
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Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Audible Audio Edition edition.
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One day while the Chops were playing a game with another frivolous bet on the line Crowbar, a fat chop who never plays golf, said something to disturb Hoover, a 120 pound die hard golfer. Hoover got so mad he took out his 16 foot ball retriever and swung it at Crowbar. Hoover missed and ended up making a large hole in a hedge through which they could see the Mayflower Country Club, the snootiest most exclusive club in America, right next to the worst course in the world.
The Chops were mesmerized by the beauty of the Mayflower and Two Down made a bet where everyone put in [money]whoever played the Mayflower without any other Chops with them got the money. Everyone tried hard to get into the Mayflower, but the Mayflower only invites people with [money]who are the descendants of the people who came to America on the Mayflower. To find out what happens you will have to read the rest of the book.
I recommend Missing Links to any golfer that has a good sense of humor. Reading this book will make any day better and give you something to think about when you are sad. The characters in the novel are simply hilarious and unforgettable. The book makes you feel like your life is a little better and it adds a smile to your face.
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Creative....humanistic,,,,,I'd like to follow this this guy around for a week.....maybe not!Published 2 months ago by Russ W
Entertaining read, especially for those in the greater Boston area.Published 6 months ago by Ski Man
Not a bad book, but not a great book as it was made out to be. Reilly takes the easy route with pretty much all of the characters being typical stereotypes (country club members... Read morePublished 8 months ago by D. L. Fapp