COLUMN: Mastering the sport of golf with just two clubs

(The Enterprise/FILE)

Now that it is golf season, I want to play golf.

I know about golf. Play means fun-loving, spontaneous. Golf is a four-letter word with clubs.

I wanted to be in the Masters, so I checked. Masters is an invite-only game. Who was invited?

I checked every name all the way to the end of the list. Then rechecked from the bottom to the top.

What happened? My name got lost from the list.

That was not going to stop me. I would be a spectator. So I checked the tickets.

Four days, full view was $16,000. No matter how many zeros were crossed off, I couldn’t afford it.

So, I could be a caddy.

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