LASTING THE COURSE is aimed primarily at the untold thousands who have taken up golf when past the first flush of youth, many of them inspired by the fun and enthusiasm conveyed by Peter Aliss in his immensley enjoyable BBC television programmes.
In this book he elaborates on the reasons why golf is the ideal game for an adult – what wonderful therapy to be so concerned about something as unimportant as whether or not you can accurately hit a small white ball. Certainly no other game can offer the oppertunity of playing in such contrasting places, so many of such breathtaking natural beauty.
But because of the sharp rise in the popularity of golf, it is most important to know where you can play and how to join a club. The author gives sensible advice on this subject and adds a special chapter on the delights of holiday golf.