Above Bienville Lake on the river.



Photo: Bill Seeley




Photo: Bill Seeley

Tall Turf Tale 

I told the kids that there was a 36-hole course in Lebelle sur Quévillion, northern Quebec, across the road from L'Hotel Oscar where we would spend the night en route. I suggested they bring their plastic spikes as Quebec was still under winter rules at that time of year. I received a frantic call from Lyle Witchley's grandparents (with whom he lived, as his dad was a career military man). They wanted to be sure that Lyle brought the right gear and wondered if the greenskeeper at the course would allow him to play in sneakers. 

         Bill Seeley, 12/23/99


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