What a day! We finally got the display set up for the art tour - a little late - but better late than never. And then we had a pretty decent turnout, considering we're a little off the beaten path. Very exciting. And now we just have three more days of the tour to survive... Continue Reading →
An old scottish method to prevent a putt from hopping or sliding off course before rolling was to face the club with fur, giving you a ‘Hairy Putter’. * annnd... pun-nishment achieved.
Once there was a Viking Sea Captain who was prepared to go a ‘Viking.’ He ran into a major hitch, the Jarl would only let him sail if he took the Jarl’s youngest son along as his third mate. The son, called ‘Big Ears’ was a real twit, but the Captain was stuck with him.... Continue Reading →