The Collection Agent

November 2008
Golf Magazine;Nov2008, Vol. 50 Issue 11, p42
The article focuses on the scorecards collection of Scotsman Bob Davies from every country with a golf course. He started collecting scorecards when he has realized that he will never going to be a great golfer. He has cards from 224 countries and all seven continents, including those from the highest, lowest, hottest and coldest courses in the world. Some cards are from Chad in Africa, Uzbekistan in Asia, and Algiers Golf Club in Algeria.


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