The oldest swingers?

July 2003
Cabinet Maker;7/25/2003, Issue 5348, p35
Trade Publication
Reports on the victory of John Higham from Bekaert Ticking during the Somnus Golf Challenge in Great Britain. Indication that age cannot hinder the aged from winning; Increase in the number of participants of the tournament.


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