Golf Curse
Ronnie has the perfect summer job at the Indian Hill Golf Course. All day he gets to ride around on mowers and golf carts, check out the beautiful drink cart girls, joke around with his best friend Mark, and get plenty of fresh air and sunlight.That all changes when a huge late spring hailstorm blows in one night, leaving the golf course in shambles. As they clean up all the limbs and downed trees, Ronnie and Mark learn about the Native American Kikawa tribe that was brutally massacred at the top of the hill near the seventeenth green, and the evil medicine man known as Chief Tomahawk who supposedly put a curse on the land. It seems that the curse may prove to be real as the golf course is dogged with bad luck, and a dark figure wearing a wooden Chief's mask and a black-feathered headdress is watching them from the shadows.Now, in preparation for the biggest golf tournament of the year, Ronnie and the maintenance crew have to come in and work through the night. They are about to find out that Chief Tomahawk has returned, and he wants revenge for his slaughtered people.

Golf Curse Details

TitleGolf Curse
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseApr 19th, 2019
PublisherIndependently published
ISBN-139781092673976
Rating
GenreHorror

Golf Curse Review

  • Baker St Shelves
    January 1, 1970
    Any horror fan need to check out the criminally underrated Cameron Roubique as his books are highly entertaining and makes you connect with the characters. You really want to see them succeed as you read extremely horrific things happen to them. This book that reminds me of The Fog as a golf course is attacked by a creepy spirit of vengeance due to events of 100 years ago. The gradual build as we learn each character and we are attached to them before. I had just as much fun reading this as I ha Any horror fan need to check out the criminally underrated Cameron Roubique as his books are highly entertaining and makes you connect with the characters. You really want to see them succeed as you read extremely horrific things happen to them. This book that reminds me of The Fog as a golf course is attacked by a creepy spirit of vengeance due to events of 100 years ago. The gradual build as we learn each character and we are attached to them before. I had just as much fun reading this as I had with all his other books and is definitely someone all horror fans need to read.
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