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Overview

The hilarious sequel to Rick Reilly’ s beloved bestselling golf novel "Missing Links" Life is going pretty well for Raymond “ Stick” Hart. He’ s happily married to the former Ponkaquogue Municipal Golf Club assistant pro, the beauteous Cajun firecracker Dannie, raising his rambunctious son, Charlie, and getting by writing smart-mouthed greeting cards for fifty bucks a pop. Best of all, nothing has changed at Ponky, the worst golf course in America. You still have to hook it past the toxic waste dump on No. 1 and under the billboard on No. 8, the fried-egg sandwiches are terrible but cheap, and his pal Two Down is always up for a sucker bet. Then, one disaster of a day, Stick’ s world does a ten-car pile-up. The cheapskate bastard owner of Ponky announces he’ s retiring to a nudist camp in Florida and selling the club to the Mayflower Club next door, a bastion of blue-blood snobbery that plans to pave Ponky over. Worse, its membership includes Stick’ s hated father. Who promptly drops dead. Just before Stick’ s pal Two Down loses $12,000 to a golf hustler who turns out to be funded by the Russian mob. Which is about the same time that Hoover, Ponky’ s worst golfer and the owner of an impressive array of useless golf gadgets purchased with his wife’ s money, learns she’ ll cut him off if he doesn’ t break a hundred in one month. Then a practical joke makes Dannie believe that Stick’ s been stepping out with the gorgeous new clubhouse girl, the eye-popping Kelly, and he’ s soon living on the forty-year-old couch in the Ponky clubhouse. Luckily, Stick has a solution to allhis problems. He’ ll qualify for the British Open.

Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780767906647
  • ISBN-10: 0767906640
  • Publisher: Anchor Books
  • Publish Date: May 2007
  • Dimensions: 7.92 x 5.28 x 0.76 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.51 pounds
  • Page Count: 272

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