OFF to have a little game of golf on a bush course where players place their green fees in an honesty box and the local rules allow a drop without penalty if your ball bounces off a kangaroo and into the rough.
Someone should produce a coffeetable book on Australia's bush courses. Here, for example, is Coober Pedy's answer to St Andrews:
PGA pro Craig Hocknull demonstrates some other bush-bred talents:
An old joke says that holding a one iron one above your head will always keep you safe in a lightning storm. Not even God can hit a one iron, you see. Hocknull can not only swing one, he can pick off cans dangling on strings. Remarkable.