Take a look at this picture and say what you notice first;
1) That’s a fine looking golf trolley (GoKart owner)
2) I can hole that putt (optimist)
3) Going to need that brolly (pessimist)
4) Lovely scenery (work for the Scottish tourist board)
5) Sod the rain, I wish I was there (real golfer).
With thanks to Linda C for the photo from Arran.Add a comment
Thought for the Day
How do you know when you’re out of invisible ink?
You may not recognise the name of Dave Hill, who died at the end of last month, but he was one of the most accomplished shot-makers the American Tour has ever seen. He was also one of its most outspoken (and therefore frequently fined) members, a man of genuine wit and one of the participants in the single most bad-tempered Ryder Cup match ever seen – one that nearly caused a riot.
It happened in 1969 and, although the chief culprit was Hill’s fourball partner, Ken Still (who could start an argument at a convention of pacifists), Dave Hill and their opponents, Bernard Gallacher and Brian Huggett, nevertheless played their part. It is ironic that this Ryder Cup is best remembered for the Jack Nicklaus putt that he conceded on the final green to give Tony Jacklin a half because what preceded that remarkable gesture was the most spiteful single match in the competition’s history. The week got off to a bad start when the (more…)Add a comment