4 4 + A match at Golf is an eighteen-hole match, and if it is halved it should be played over again. •14 , I. ÷ It is difficult to see any reason for making the final thirty-six holes. 4. + 40 Mr. Tait is further of opinion that Mr. John Ball is by no means "fallen into the sere
• 4 re Starting for the last eighteen holes of the final, Mr. Heade was in pretty much the same condition as Mr. Ball was at Prestwick, viz., 4 down. 014 I. oil Like Mr. Ball, Mr. Reade trotted out his "big game" and won by 3 up and 2 to play—a more con;ifortable margin than Mr.
Groom. Hcp. Net. .. 96 7 89 F. Bryan H. H. Barrett H. Neville B. W. Abbott .. H. Godwin . . P. T. Harris G. Stanham 14iis 89 110 21 89 ._ 106 16 90 ._ 103 12 91 105 13 92 ._ 119 24 95 OPEN HANDICAP. B. W. Abbott... W. Adamoon G. H. Dawaon E. B. Lindeell A. E. Barker C. E. Page H
"Anyhow," as somebody's caddie said at the thirteenth unsuccessful stroke in a bunker, "it's a fine day" out hero on Sandwich Links. Ramsgate, acr ies the bay, and the towers of Sandwich are shimmering in the heat haze, and the song of larks that are themselves lost in the blazi
Lorimer Campbell H. Forrier Kerr R. Maxwell T. T. Gray Gregor M'Gregor ... 92 J. H. Maxwell -. ... 92 Josiah Livingston ... 92 D. Currie 96 A. Davidson ... 96 W. Birnie Rhind ... 110 A. Wallace .. ... 91 J. C. Law ... 99 J. Glass ... 100 J. Galloway ... ... 112 John Kirkhope...
1)..t day. July 15th to September 30th excepted : under the same management as the Sheringham Hotel : Caieter Golf Club Links (eighteen holes). adjoining Yarmouth Linkm. within five minutes walk of Hotel: Terms for visitors. 28. per day, 58. per week, per month.
I have received during the bust fortnight no less than five letters from Golf-elbow sufferers. They all want to know how to get well in the shortest possible time. Rest and rubbing with Semotine or some similar embrocation, so far as I know, is the only possible treatment.