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The Clinicians Guide to Golf Related Mental Conditions - HUMOR - New Howard Weiss

The Clinicians Guide to Golf Related Mental Conditions - HUMOR - New

Howard Weiss

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32 pages
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High gloss cover with a sealed comb binding. Does your significant other, brother or father in law suffer from obsessive compulsive golf syndrome?This manual is a humorous analysis of golfers by golfers, featuring ACE McSHANKSKI.The notedMoreHigh gloss cover with a sealed comb binding. Does your significant other, brother or father in law suffer from obsessive compulsive golf syndrome?This manual is a humorous analysis of golfers by golfers, featuring ACE McSHANKSKI.The noted syndromes are not endorsed by any medical authority. However, this manual may produce laughter. Laughter during the appropriate situation is considered healthy by many known authorities. To avoid the possibility of sudden projectile discharge from the mouth, do not read while consuming food or beverages. Reading this manual may cause busted guts. If you are prone to this condition consult your physician prior to reading this manual. This is not a self help book. No gurus were consulted. Like many prior treatise on human behavior this manual is the figment of someones imagination.Freud somehow failed to develop any in depth theories relating pathology to the behavior of grown men hitting small balls with a long stick for the better part of an entire day. All subsequent manuals by noted theorists also omitted diagnostic criteria for golf related mental conditions. Someone who has never played the game of golf could easily reach the conclusion that you need to be crazy to engage in such an odd behavior. This manual was developed by golfers for the purpose of explaining the odd behaviors exhibited by other golfers.This manual uses a simple model for making a diagnosis. There is a list from which you choose recognizable behaviors. If the behaviors on the list meet the requirements described, then the syndrome is identified. You can now throw these diagnostic terms around like children in a food fight.