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Cross-Country Golf— The Surrounding Landscape

���A perfectly good course as cross-country golf goes! Instead of chasing your ball three and a half miles on a regular greens- ward you pursue it the same distance over swamps, through farmyards and what not

��Now and then a railroad track gets in the way. The idea is to get the ball over the tracks before the train comes — in other words, not to spend too much time be- tween trains lest the ball escape

���Photos by Edvrio Levick

��The height of good fortune in cross-coun- try golf — a level spot from which to drive off. The game plays havoc with golf balls, which are more often lost than found over the un- familiar cross-country

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