Two line golf poems, such as the Twines I occasionally write for Twitter, are short. But what about really short golf poems?
The widely acknowledged shortest general poem is:
I would offer as a possible shortest golf poem:
A three word entry might be:
And in the four word category, a familiar refrain uttered by many after a series of bad shots:
A GOLFER’S LAMENT
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