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A collection of golf stories from the celebrated satirist: "A delight. Wodehouse's drives . . . were deadly accurate when writing about the game." —TheBoston Globe
P. G. Wodehouse, Britain's beloved satirist and author of the famous Jeeves series, often said he wished he'd spent more time playing golf and less "fooling about writing stories and things." Happily for all of us, the prolific writer often took his pen to the green.

In Fore!, Wodehouse expert D. R. Bensen has collected a dozen pieces to delight golfers, those who know them, and even those who have never basked in the ecstasy of a perfect putt—into a collection by this great humorist that is "almost as much fun as playing a round" (The Philadelphia Inquirer).

"Sure to please Wodehouse readers and re-readers, even those who've never sliced or putted." —Kirkus Reviews


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Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Kindle Book

  • Release date: November 1, 2017

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  • ISBN: 9780547527727
  • File size: 276 KB
  • Release date: November 1, 2017

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  • ISBN: 9780547527727
  • File size: 276 KB
  • Release date: November 1, 2017

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A collection of golf stories from the celebrated satirist: "A delight. Wodehouse's drives . . . were deadly accurate when writing about the game." —TheBoston Globe
P. G. Wodehouse, Britain's beloved satirist and author of the famous Jeeves series, often said he wished he'd spent more time playing golf and less "fooling about writing stories and things." Happily for all of us, the prolific writer often took his pen to the green.

In Fore!, Wodehouse expert D. R. Bensen has collected a dozen pieces to delight golfers, those who know them, and even those who have never basked in the ecstasy of a perfect putt—into a collection by this great humorist that is "almost as much fun as playing a round" (The Philadelphia Inquirer).

"Sure to please Wodehouse readers and re-readers, even those who've never sliced or putted." —Kirkus Reviews


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