On the evening of Nov. 3, 1992, a raucous crowd of American expatriates crowded around a flickering television set in a smoky, upstairs room at the King’s Road Pub in Mexico City. As the returns for the U.S. presidential election began to show a victory for the Democratic party and Bill Clinton, the Americans, mostly Democrats, began discussing what the new president would bring.
The squishiness of the green, still sodden ground beneath my spiked feet; the earthy scent of the now-fer tile soil and the spray of water as my club head contacts the ball; the flight of the ball towards the green; or, often, its helter-skelter path, wind-borne, clasped to the welcome breezes blowing spring warmth onto the course.By LORNE RUBENSTEIN6 min
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