I recently received a clever gift...a diary-sized book titled "Golfers I Met And Liked." It's 160 blank pages waiting to be filled with names, dates, scores, and anecdotes about people with whom I've played the game. While I collect scorecards, yardage books, and other memorabilia from courses I've played, this makes a neat addition to the library.
I particularly like the idea because it serves as a reminder that the best part of the glorious game of golf is the camaraderie inherent in the sport. I remember plenty of great golf holes and a few exceptional shots (while successfully blocking out all reminders of the many, many horrible ones), but the memories I really cherish are of rounds enjoyed with people I like.
The book is part of a series of titles issued by www.archiegrand.com.
Dave Donelson, author of Heart of Diamonds a romantic thriller about blood diamonds in the Congo