The title, “A Disorderly Compendium of Golf” pretty much says it all. Lacking even a Table of Contents, this is, indeed, a “thrown-together” collection of the interesting and quirky stories and information that populate golf. It is hardly the quality of good creative work that one normally associates with co-author Rubenstein as anyone one could search the Internet, cut and paste information, and create a similar piece. That said, the paperback book is a fun and interesting source for which you can open to nearly any page and be entertained. At $13.95 one cannot quibble too much for 390 pages of truths, trivia, minutia and black-and-white photos. If this is your cup of tea, buy it.