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by David Wood

Author: David Wood
Subcategory: Humor
Language: English
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (March 18, 2008)
Category: Humor and Entertainment
Rating: 4.6
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David Wood will be a hero to many.

David Wood will be a hero to many. From distant lands he brings rich stories of interesting and amusing endeavors and a picture of a diverse world connected via that ridiculous, compelling and wonderful game of golf.

At 47, David Wood sold everything he owned and set out to fulfill every golfer’s dream: For one year, he traveled the . This is a very funny and enjoyable book. David Wood has a passion for the game of golf.

At 47, David Wood sold everything he owned and set out to fulfill every golfer’s dream: For one year, he traveled the world (covering 60,000 miles and every continent except Antartica) by plane, boat, train, motorcycle and rickshaw, to play the game he loves in the most exotic locales, including the world’s highest, driest, hottest, coldest, and most remote golf.

But through it all he maintained a sense of humor and, of course, his passion for golf, which he played every chance he got. Specifications.

At forty-seven, David Wood sold everything he owned and set out to fulfill every golfer's dream: For one . golf courses, and lived to tell the tale.

At forty-seven, David Wood sold everything he owned and set out to fulfill every golfer's dream: For one year, he traveled the world (covering sixty thousand miles and every continent except Antarctica) by plane, boat, train, motorcycle, and rickshaw, to play the game he loves in the most exotic locales, including the world's highest, driest, hottest, coldest, and most remote. Along the way, he met a bevy of fascinating characters, including surly cabbies, taxi drivers with a death wish, welcoming golf-course managers, threatening kangaroos,.

At 47, David Wood sold everything he owned and set out to fulfill every golfer's dream - for one year he travelled the world, playing the game he loves in the most exotic locations, including the world's highest, driest, hottest, coldest and most remote golf courses. A great book "fore" everyone! Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 10 years ago. I haven't played golf since I was 19 years old, threw my club in a water hazard and stalked off the course. But David's book intrigued me and I ate it up over the course of two lazy afternoons in my backyard, laying in a hammock with a cold brew.

About the book: Former standup comedian and humor columnist Wood sold his condo in Seattle and set out on a year long global golfing journey. Filed Under: Project Gallery-Books. Authors as Publishers.

Chasing a Golf Ball to the Land of the Midnight Su.

Chasing a Golf Ball to the Land of the Midnight Sun. by David Wood. At 47, David Wood sold everything he owned and set out to fulfill every golfer's dream: For one year, he traveled the world (covering 60,000 miles and every continent except Antarctica) by plane, boat, train, motorcycle, and rickshaw, to play the game he loves in the most exotic locales, including the world's highest, driest, hottest, coldest, and most remote golf. And he lived to tell the tale.

Around the World in 80 Rounds: Chasing a Golf Ball from Tierra Del Fuego to the Land of the Midnight Sun. Macmillan. p. 116. ISBN 978-0-312-37577-5. a b c d Howard, Joseph Jackson; Frederick Arthur Crisp (1997). Visitation of England and Wales. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc. 59. ISBN 0-7884-0622-1. Retrieved 4 December 2009.

A Seattle humor columnist and golf enthusiast took a year to play the world’s highest, driest, hottest, coldest, and most remote golf courses. Anthology of fiction inspired by real-life women committed to reaching out and changing lives one good deed at a time.

chasing a golf ball from Tierra del Fuego to the land of the midnight sun. 1st ed. Published 2008 by St. Martin's Press in New York. Humor, Golf courses, Golf, Travel, Guidebooks.

At forty-seven, David Wood sold everything he owned and set out to fulfill every golfer’s dream: For one year, he traveled the world (covering sixty thousand miles and every continent except Antarctica) by plane, boat, train, motorcycle, and rickshaw, to play the game he loves in the most exotic locales, including the world’s highest, driest, hottest, coldest, and most remote golf courses, and lived to tell the tale. Along the way, he met a bevy of fascinating characters, including surly cabbies, taxi drivers with a death wish, welcoming golf-course managers, threatening kangaroos, and golf pros out for a quick game. David faced dire situations, such as bouts of food poisoning in India and Egypt, altitude sickness in Argentina, getting booted out of the Ukraine by armed guards, and muddling about with limited language skills. But through it all he maintained a sense of humor and, of course, his passion for golf, which he played every chance he got.