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EVERY FOUR years, the Olympics come around to remind us of sports we had just about managed to forget. There’s that bizarre amalgam of handball and association football. Oh no, it’s the dancing horses. Spare us mass suicide by BMX.
Pitch and putt has, to date, http://www.buywholesalegolf.com/golf-odyssey-c-48.html managed to avoid being co-opted into the orgy of nationalistic fervour. The sport’s ostentatious, impure cousin – I believe it’s called “golf” – will make an appearance at the Rio Olympiad. But pitch and putt sits proudly outside the camp. This is as it should be. The shorter, http://www.buywholesalegolf.com/odyssey-backstryke-2ball-putter-p-165.html uncorrupted version of the game remains what it has always been: a sport created for and played by the people (while drinking Cidona and eating Topics).