Monday, April 24, 2017


The golf links lie so near the mill
That almost every day
The laboring children can look out
And see the men at play.
—Sarah Norcliffe Cleghorn
I grew poor in the urban working class. My attraction to golf was negative. I was surprised there was a golf team in high school. In my thirties and forties, i worked construction. On at least one job, Harvey Penick's Little Red Book on golf was commented on, and borrowed.

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