Re: Golf and birdies (someone HAD to say that)

Subject: Re: Golf and birdies (someone HAD to say that)
From: Russell Woodford <>
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 1997 18:37:18 +1000 (EST)
OK we've been through some of the arguments for against golf courses, with
some interesting points raised.

Now let's see who can come up with the best list of birds seen on a golf
course.  You can't count Belmont Common or Long Reef unless you've seen
the bird ON the course or whilst on it yourself.

I'll start off with St Andrew's in St Andrew's (Scotland) because I saw my
first Eider there.  And anyone who has played golf has heard of it (extra

Long Reef is also great because of the views and the chance of good
seabirds, but it takes SO long to get around it and those long uphill
fairways make you want to give up and go back to just birdwatching.

Russell Woodford

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