Well, last issue’s competition didn’t cause too many problems. Sandy was, of course, sitting on the
famous Duel Hole at the ultra-exclusive San Francisco Golf Club – site, in 1859, of the last legal duel in
California, between state senator David Broderick and former California Supreme Court justice David
Terry (Broderick was killed). The hole, a 189 downhill par three, is remarkable enough, in all fairness,
even without the extra history. Paul Thomas of Chicago, a regular Gopher Watch entrant, got it right and
was first out of the hat, so congratulations Paul, and your shirt is on the way.
Another very famous American hole this time, a short but treacherous par four, and a source of much
controversy. Some reckon it’s one of the best holes in the world; others that it’s an excrescence. We only
care that you can identify it, and, as usual, we’ll give a GCA golf shirt to the first correct entry drawn.
Entries, as ever, to firstname.lastname@example.org