Golf is A Small World After All - Whisky Run Golf Club
Whisky Run Golf Club Golf is A Small World

As Canal Days ended it seemed only fitting that Lou would make his way out of town for a little S & M. You know, Sinister Minister. However, I think Lou might have out drove even the reach of the mighty Brimstone. How would I know this you are asking yourself? It’s elementary really. 

"However, I think Lou might have out drove even the reach of the mighty Brimstone. How would I know this you are asking yourself? It’s elementary really."

Sometime ago in a previous life I had the good fortune to know a young man who showed up to caddy at Cherry Hill. He impressed my fellow Professionals so much that they convinced me to hire him on full time to work in the Pro Shop. It was always one of my best decisions. This young man not only performed his duties well, he excelled at everything we threw his way and he did it with the most infectious smile to boot. He came in early and stayed late if needed. I don’t recall ever having been disappointed by his efforts. A true blessing for any operation which dedicated itself to customer service as we so strived for each and every day. The young man’s name is Allan Reugg who hails from the metropolis of Stevensville. A beautiful little place just North of Ridgeway. If you haven’t been there, it is worth the 5-minute drive, you will not be disappointed.

"Well as time so eagerly march’s on and we find ourselves sometimes losing track of those we once knew."

Well as time so eagerly march’s on and we find ourselves sometimes losing track of those we once knew. So, it is with Allan. But through the technology of modern times we can somehow bridge that gap. So, every once in awhile we reconnect, share a memory of times past and get caught up on life today.

“Just to let you know the over/under on how many ball marks you fixed while away stands at 247. We would like a full accounting when you return so the proper awards can be paid out on Wednesday August 22.”

Well to my surprise this past Wednesday Allan sends me this message; “Hi Jeff, hope your doing well. I heard someone from Whisky Run was visiting Cabot and got excited! I’ll have Lou looked after by one of our top caddies for his round tomorrow.” Well, well it seems that Lou made his escape to Inverness, Nova Scotia to play a round or two on some of the worlds finest links courses, Cabot Cliffs and Cabot Links. As you may have deducted Allan now treats the guests at Cabot Links with his very own brand of customer service. Golf really is a small world after all.

Lou, we all hope you had a great time, you deserve it. Just to let you know the over/under on how many ball marks you fixed while away stands at 247. We would like a full accounting when you return so the proper awards can be paid out on Wednesday August 22.

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