The Chicago Tribune Magazine from Sunday, April 13, was devoted to golf.
Some of the interesting items there:
Reckless Driving, a memoir about a love/hate relationship with golf. Most golfers can probably relate.
Trivia time: the first 18 hole golf course in the U.S. was the Chicago Golf Club, originally in Downers Grove (about 6 miles from here) now in Wheaton (where I live). It was built by Charles Blair Macdonald (1855-1939), who was also a founder of the USGA. I’ve never played there, but go past it often. A curiosity: the sign at the street is about 18 inches wide, in a font no bigger than 4 or 5 inches for the capital “C”, and partially hidden by a big tree. If you didn’t happen to stare right at it, you’d never notice it.
And finally, some advice on buying clubs.