Let the party begin, let friends be reunited in friendly battle, let laughter, popping corks and tinkling glasses bring clubhouses back to life, and let those members of our many great golf clubs who always have something to complain about try to get things in perspective, and to remember how lucky we are…
All this and more in the new edition of Golf Quarterly.
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Here’s what’s inside Issue 39:
John Rink on the merits of golf as a spectator sport
Ian Wheater recalls Hogan at Wentworth
When Dai slayed the American Goliath
Bryan Jenkins on the drama of two great Ryder Cups
Martyn Leggett remembers his father
Playing golf after dark
The Lockdown Letters
Richard Pennell on a literary renaissance at Woking
Fifty Shades of Gray
Stephen Moore describes the history of a popular event
A forgotten man of golf course design
Robert Ruddell describes a notable Colt protege
The brush is mightier than the brassie
Christopher Matthew rejoices in some golfing art
James Woods’ Picture Quiz
How well do you know the Rules?
Waiting for Golfo…