Religion: What's YOUR Score?

The Rev. Frederick D. Tyner is a gaunt, 65-year-old Episcopal rector in Minneapolis who looks like Lord Halifax but has a lot more bounce. He has probably done more than any other man alive to combine the activities of golf and religion; he has built St. Luke's Church up from 30 to 1,000 members while cutting his golf handicap down to 8. His "Good Golfers' Dinners" are famed throughout the Northwest, feature screwball debates on such subjects as "RESOLVED, That all bad putting is due to a bad conscience." Now Pastor Tyner also preaches twice weekly in a sports column for...

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