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God Loves Golfers Best: The Best Jokes, Quotes, and Cartoons for Golfers

by Ray Foley

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God Loves Golfers Best is the ultimate collection of golf jokes, quotes, and cartoons sure to tickle the funny bone of any avid duffer. A perfect gift or self-purchase for the golf fan in your life! Examples from God Loves Golfers Best: Golf is a lot like taxes. You drive hard to get to the green, and end up in the hole. What should you do if lightning strikes during your round? Walk around holding a 1-iron, because even God can't hit a 1-iron! A man is getting married and is standing by his bride at the church. Standing beside him are his golf clubs and bag. His bride whispers, "What are your golf clubs doing here?" The groom replies, "This isn't going to take all day, is it?" In primitive society, when native tribes beat the ground with clubs and yelled, it was called witchcraft; today, in civilized society, it is called golf.… (more)

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