Fairway to heaven
Astragal, as one would expect, is something of a traditionalist golf fan. A sombre Pringle jumper, a restrained cry of ‘fore!’ and no ladies at the 19th hole thankyou very much. But Astragal’s conservative views were completely altered after reading the recent obituary of Jez Feakes, architect and inventor of ‘urban golf’. This intriguing sport, using a leather ball which won’t smash or dent any windows and ‘holes’ such as mains water valves with a flag stuck in, is ...
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