On the tee

ON THE TEE: At last week's Brechin Rotary Club meeting member and keen golfer Charlie Allison took a humorous look at the world of golf. His presentation took a look at some of the most unusual golf shots on film. Charlie had researched and accordingly revealed a series of unbelievable feats of the birdie and bogey game, including the Irish gong shot and the back flip trick shot all being executed with a mixture of luck and incredulity. Club member Ron Stewart gave Charlie a vote of thanks for his entertaining presentation. Pictured is not Old Tom Morris but Brechin Rotary Club president Dave Howson and Charlie in suitable garb.

ON THE TEE: At last week's Brechin Rotary Club meeting member and keen golfer Charlie Allison took a humorous look at the world of golf. His presentation took a look at some of the most unusual golf shots on film. Charlie had researched and accordingly revealed a series of unbelievable feats of the birdie and bogey game, including the Irish gong shot and the back flip trick shot all being executed with a mixture of luck and incredulity. Club member Ron Stewart gave Charlie a vote of thanks for his entertaining presentation. Pictured is not Old Tom Morris but Brechin Rotary Club president Dave Howson and Charlie in suitable garb.

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At last week’s Brechin Rotary Club meeting member and keen golfer Charlie Allison took a humorous look at the world of golf. His presentation took a look at some of the most unusual golf shots on film.

Charlie had researched and accordingly revealed a series of unbelievable feats of the birdie and bogey game, including the Irish gong shot and the back flip trick shot all being executed with a mixture of luck and incredulity.

Club member Ron Stewart gave Charlie a vote of thanks for his entertaining presentation.

Pictured is not Old Tom Morris but Brechin Rotary Club president Dave Howson and Charlie in suitable garb.