Every time a golfer hits a terrible drive on the first hole, then quickly tees up another ball for a do-over, he or she immediately invokes the most famous name in golf-“Mulligan.” And yet, absolutely nothing is known about this most profound thinker, the genius who first uttered the words, “I think I’ll take another.

In 1993, Henry Beard, unearthed a copy of Thomas Mulligan’s long lost treatise on golfing wisdom and translated it from the original Scottish dialect. Mulligan’s Laws has since become a classic.

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Mulligan’s Laws by Henry Beard