THE GOLF COURSE IN THE SKY

As eighteen flags flew at half mast, and
Glasses were soberly raised high
The latest member was having a ball
At the golf course in the sky


Freed from the gravity of the situation
The first tee shot soared through space
Bringing a wondrous, beaming smile 
To a kind, down to earth face


Surrounded by old club friends
Once thought never to be seen again
The infinity course beckoned ahead
Eighteen holes were for mere mortal men

CLUB PRESIDENT: Sir Bruce Forsyth CBE

CLUB PROFESSIONAL: Arnold Palmer

Michael Ashby, Sidmouth

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