Aside from the fact that its cover is gold embossed, an appropriate green color, and is sized to fit in a golf bag, Golf Sonnets puts Shakespeare on the course with eighteen delightful works. Every fourteen-line sonnet captures the wonders, qualms and traumas of the old game in elegant, wry style, and each one sports a spirited illustration.
     The Game... "But if you're thinking Golf is less than lame, You need to get a life, not just a Game."
     The Equipment..."So take a lesson if your game is is no substitute for skill."
     The Attire... "Although there's no sartorial convention, Your talent, not your clothes, should draw attention."
      Who wrote it?  Read on...