Golf News for Tuesday, December 18, 2012 | Books

"Golf Poems - The Greatest Game in Rhythm & Rhyme" by Bo Links

SAN FRANCISCO -- Author Bo Links, avid golfer and steward of the game has just released his newest book: GOLF POEMS - The Greatest Game in Rhythm and Rhyme. This well-written collection of poems provides a riveting reflection about the game, one that will resonate with any golfer who picks up this handy pocket-size book. As the title implies, the book conveys a meaningful image as to what makes the game so engaging, so special.

Readers will quickly discover that each poem has its own inner-message, spanning from golf's subtle life lessons to the ever-amazing spirit of the game. "This book is truly an exploration of golf's majesty, mystery and mystique," shared author and poet Bo Links. "Through this series of enchanting poems, you'll know why the game holds such a grip on all who play it."

GOLF POEMS was designed as a rare treasure that a golfer can slip into a pocket and enjoy by the fireside at home, at the clubhouse bar or while simply awaiting the tee. Many of the verses make for memorable toasts wherever golfers gather to celebrate the game. The reader will have an experience that lifts the words off the page, ultimately providing a fuller, deeper meaning of golf -and life.

The book is available exclusively at Amazon, both in paperback and e-book form. Paperback is $12.99 and the Kindle version is $2.99. To secure a copy today: http://www.amazon.com/Golf-Poems-Greatest-Rhythm-Rhyme/dp/1477662316

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
BO LINKS is a San Francisco attorney and an avid golfer and has spent a lifetime plumbing the depths of the ancient game. He has written two previous golf books: FOLLOW THE WIND and RIVERBANK TWEED AND ROADMAP JENKINS - Tales from the Caddie Yard. Links has dabbled in golf architecture (having twice won the Lido Design Contest sponsored by the Alister MacKenzie Society), and helped organize local golfers through the San Francisco Public Golf Alliance in an effort to preserve affordable golf. His latest effort in that regard has been the battle to Save Sharp Park, a treasured Alister MacKenzie course located in Pacifica, CA, just 10 miles south of San Francisco. He has served on the United States Golf Association's Green Section Committee for more than 20 years and is frequently a keynote speaker at golf association meetings and conferences addressing issues of immense importance to golfers and the golf industry.

If you are interested in Bo Links as a featured speaker for your organization or corporate golf outing, contact Patty Burness at (415) 564-3890 or via pburness@sbcglobal.net.

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