Literary Golf (Updated)

Sometimes even the game of golf can have a literary element to it.

Yesterday, as part of our annual two-day golf outing with men from church (Faith & Zion PRCs ), we played Pilgrim’s Run near Pierson, Michigan.

According to the will of the Christian man who developed the course, each hole is named after a scene in John Bunyan’s classic work The Pilgrim’s Progress.

The men seemed to think I would enjoy this course. They were right, for more than one reason. 🙂

It is a beautiful course, and the descriptions match the layout.

Today we returned to play the course again for our final 18-hole scramble. That’s when I took this picture of my morning golf partner Jim Van Overloop at the neat starter booth (above).

This morning at Tullymore course we also saw this doe with her days-old fawns.

Published in: on May 24, 2017 at 6:24 AM  Leave a Comment  

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