My secretary, Eileen, recently went to the Flint Center to see and hear Gordon McCrae perform. She told me the following story that Gordon told: It seems that Arnold Palmer was invited to come to a convention of blind golfers. He asked the golfers how they were able to know what direction to hit the ball. One blind golfer explained that the caddy went out ahead of him with a little bell which he would ring as he stood near the hole. The blind golfer would then hit the ball toward the sound of the bell. Arnold asked how well it worked, and the blind golfer said that it worked so well he was willing to take on Arnold Palmer for a round of golf; and just to make it interesting, was willing to bet Palmer $10,000 he could beat him. Well, this just blew Palmer’s mind. $10,000? He pressed him but the man insisted he was willing to bet that amount on…
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