The Golf War? Not in my name
Boo to all that Euro-ballyhoo about the Ryder Cup. Read Mick Hume’s column in The Times (London).
Wednesday 24 September:
‘When did the Ryder Cup turn into the Golf War? What was a three-day jolly for golfers, journalists and the Pringle sweater crowd is now endlessly discussed in portentous terms as an international conflict in which we are all expected to support Our Boys (who here include the Irish, Spanish and Scandinavians). I remain a conscientious objector on religious grounds – ie, God only knows what all the fuss is about…’
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