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Church suits Open to a tee

by Paul Wilkinson

Posted: 11 Jul 2014 @ 12:09

TOP golfers from around the world competing in the British Open next week have been invited to play a golfing prayer-labyrinth, set up in a church adjoining the course.

St Hildeburgh's, at Hoylake, on the Wirral, is just a short chip from the 18th hole of the Royal Liverpool Club. The Vicar, the Revd Paul Rossiter (above), an occasional golfer who plays off a handicap of "around 20", sees the idea as a way of connecting his church to the 200,000 fans expected at the ...

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