Express and Echo, Thursday 1st November 2012
WITH notepad and pen plucked from the anarchy of my desk, I prepare to depart for my latest sporting endeavour.
“Where are you off to today,” a colleague asks.
“I’m off to find out if I can still swing a golf club without maiming myself,” I reply.
“Golf?” he says, with thinly disguised disdain. “So it’s going to be a bit of a jolly.”
And this steers us directly to the rather large problem golf has with perception.
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