Long ago, during the Cretaceous period (when dinosaurs roamed), I taught golf in a rural region of Quebec, Canada, where no self-respecting pro would waste his/her time. I quite enjoyed the experience, and my students lowered their handicaps, so when my body got to the point where it couldn't execute golf shots no more (and yes, I know about double negatives), I wrote this short book to assist my students after I went over to the other side of the grass (local expression for "died"). I hope it helps your game, but if not ... not my fault! This book basically teaches the game in a dozen lessons, and I use humour (or "humor" if you're American, or you just can't spell) to amuse the reader along the way."
Handicapping reference guide for the Kentucky Derby, by Liam Durbin, public handicapper for the Chicago Tribune and LA Times