Quote of the day: Garrison Keillor on golfers
Garrison Keillor has a great travel column in the New York Times today. Click here to read it. It’s a great read start-to-finish, but maybe that’s because he talks about Scotland and San Francisco, destinations of which I just returned and are headed to next week, respectively.
He offers his dry insight on golfers, and why it’s necessary for us to ensure the game’s well-being:
The socially redeeming aspect of golf lies in the vast number of lawyers and bankers and managers who play it, and when you think of the damage they would do if they were at the job instead, you can see why golf courses are a wise investment for any municipality.
Happy weekend everyone…
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