Portland Map Tourist Attractions to US
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One of the most celebrated residents of The Dormy House was Portland Map Tourist Attractions the golf writer Bernard Darwin, who was a regular contributor to The Times and whose book, Portland Map Tourist Attractions Golf Courses Of The British Isles, is one of the best golfing guides ever written. His description of Deal golf course, on the coast of the adjoining county of Kent, is typical of his work: ‘The larks seem to me to sing a little louder and more cheerfully there and the grass to have a more poignantly delicious taste of garlic.’
He wrote many other books including Green Memories, Golf Between Two Wars, Golf, War on the Line, The World That Fred Made, Out Of The Rough and Playing The Like. He also found time to play a lot of golf and was for many years a member of Woking Golf Club in Surrey; it is said that on one occasion, after missing his fourth short putt on the fourth green he rolled in agony on the turf, biting it as he went, and cried, ‘And now, God, perhaps you are satisfied!’ Go past the Landgate then shortly turn left into Tower Street and bear left again up Conduit Hill, arriving back at the junction of East Street and the High Street. Turn right to follow the High Street then turn left up Lion Street, heading straight for the church. Secondhand books and afternoon teas are in plentiful supply along this street.