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HUMOROUS GOLF BOOK HELPS WOMEN GET A GRIP! Featuring the author's humorous columns from the Intermountain Golf Magazine plus "Ballads from the Bunker."


McCall, ID March 18 2004--- There are many books written for serious golfers. This is not one of them. This delightful book by Idaho author Elaine A. Romano is for women who want to enjoy the game and have a few laughs.

The Red Tease: A Woman’s Adventure in Golf features the author’s award-winning, humorous columns from the Intermountain Golf Magazine plus selected nuggets of knowledge and original “Ballads From the Bunker.” The book answers the burning questions: Does the course have the proper “Fêng Shui?” How do you know a chicken arm from a dogleg? When is it proper to sing a round of golf?

“Women will appreciate Elaine’s humorous approach to the game of golf,” said Ann Pangman Esterman, LPGA teaching professional at BanBury Golf Course in Eagle. “She’ll never make the Tour, but I believe one day she’ll break 125 and have fun trying.”

The book debuted Saturday, March 13th at BanBury Golf Course and received rave reviews at the meeting of the Boise Treasure Valley Chapter of the Executive Women’s Golf Association. The Red Tease makes its regional debut Saturday, March 20 in Seattle, Washington. Romano, a member of EWGA, is the keynote speaker at the EWGA Spring Kick-Off Brunch at Newcastle Golf Resort.

The Red Tease has been endorsed by Pangman Esterman, by Carl Hoss, PGA, director of golf at Meadow Creek Golf Resort, by Allan Morrison, PGA, head professional at the McCall Golf Course, and by Laura Witvoet, LPGA, director of instruction at Wolf Creek Golf Course in Alberta, Canada.
The 52-page book was published in Idaho by Mill Park Publishing of McCall. The wholesale cost is $3.00, and retailers are selling the book for $4.95 - $6.95. For additional information, consult the publisher’s web site at www.MillParkPublishing.com.




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