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  • Published: 7 March 2016
  • ISBN: 9780224100632
  • Imprint: Yellow Jersey
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 160
  • RRP: $24.99
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Quiet Please




A hilarious account of the Rider Cup by golf fanatic, wannabe bagman and author of Four-iron in the Soul, Lawrence Donegan.

It is sport's greatest event. The Ryder Cup - Europe versus the USA, three days of golfing brilliance at the Belfry featuring the best players in the world and the loudest, most partisan fans this side of an Old Firm derby. Lawrence Donegan - author, musician, European PGA Tour caddy (retired) - is determined play his patriotic part.

Too mean to buy a ticket, and cruelly denied a place on the European team by a selection process emphasising the ability to play golf, Donegan tries - and fails - to become Lee Westwood's bagman at the Belfry. Then he lands the perfect job - Ryder Cup marshal. Free clothes, free food, his very own 'Quiet Please' paddle ... and look at that uninterrupted view!

This is a Ryder Cup story with a twist, a golf fanatic's story from the back of the tee by Lawrence Donegan, author of the bestselling Four-iron in the Soul.

  • Pub date: 7 March 2016
  • ISBN: 9780224100632
  • Imprint: Yellow Jersey
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 160
  • RRP: $24.99
Categories:

About the Author

Lawrence Donegan

Lawrence Donegan was born in Stirling in 1961 (USA, 14--9-). He went to Glasgow University in 1979 (USA, 17-11), and graduated with an MA in politics and economics in 1983 (USA14--13-). He was a member of the Scottish pop groups The Bluebells and Lloyd Cole and the Commotions, before becoming a journalist in 1991 (USA, 14--13-). He is the author of four books, including the classic Four-iron in the Soul, published in 1997 (Europe, 14--13-. Thank God for that).


Praise for Quiet Please

“If you read nothing else this year, make sure you get your hands on this little gem”

Derek Clements, Sunday Times

“Delightful... Hugely self-deprecating humour wiht a delicious twist at the end”

Time Out

“Hugely enjoyable”

Sunday Herald


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