With near-total recall the author writes 1) of his ) 930s memories as a caddie, 2) of the condition of the golf courses of that day, 3) of the equipment then in use, 4) of the 1920s titans who led the way to widespread interest in golf and 5) of the stars of the 1930s. In an Epilogue he tells of his views about what has happened to Golf recently; and in a poignant Farewell, knowing that he will not live long enough to write again, he wishes his readers well and bids them Goodbye.
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December 17, 2004
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