"Cowboy Golf"
Bronze   20" x 21" x 17"   Edition: 50

In the early 1920's, Dick "Wick" Hall reported in the Salome Sun that the
Greasewood Golf Lynx of Salome, Arizona was the longest course in the
world at 247 mile with a par of 16,394. In addition to a set of clubs,
the golfer required a reliable horse, a compass, map, canteen, and a
good pair of binoculars. "Wick" boasted that it took snowbirds an entire
season just to play one round. In a tribute to their dedication to the sport,
cowboys are still playing Cowboy Golf today in Arizona and throughout
the desert Southwest.

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