From chasing German U-boats to stopping charging lions, running with the bulls to bare fist fighting on the docks of Bimini, war hero and plane crash survivor, Ernest Hemingway was a man who squeezed every ounce from every moment. A remarkable athlete, he was good at nearly any sport he attempted. One can but speculate how his adventurous gusto and overzealous male bravado would have carried over onto the golf links. In this fiction piece I penned for the premier issue of The Golf Sport, we take a look at what it may have been like to play a round of golf with the Nobel Prize winner, adventurer and larger-than-life legend, Ernest Hemingway.
One thing is for sure, it would have been one hell of a round.