The Press: Senior Women's Golf

Men who like a sport—whether dicing, sculling or tossing quoits —when they are young, like it until they are old and too gouty to stir, but women often lay their youth away in lavender before they have lived it out. And it is well for them that they do not try to keep up the pastimes of their salad days. To dance the Esmeralda in a Gibson hat, to pedal with ballooning skirts on a bicycle built for two, to play blindman's buff in midnight conservatories during dance intermissions—these are diversions that little become...

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