In an age of hype and hyperbole where every sporting activity is documented in wildly melodramatic terms and described as akin to life and death, golf remains different and unashamedly so. Golf is still that most sedate of games, the gentleman’s game. Its most notable critic, the author Mark Twain, famously derided it as “a good walk spoiled.” Such a placid put-down from the great man of American letters is in itself revealing. Golf is evidently a sport that engenders love, but not necessarily passion – not even from its critics like Twain. Read more on the CENTURION website at centurion-magazine.com/nc/sections/post/the-centurion-interview-8.html

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