Suneagle Golf Club has sheep herd to mow green and thus saves mechanical mower; pro wears kilts, plays bagpipes thus minimizing the "golf blues." [photonegative], 07/03/1926
Underwood & Underwood
Suneagle Golf Club
Silver gelatin on glass
1 piece, 4" x 5"
Company catalog card included.
U&U caption in file box: 2023-A2.
Currently stored in box 3.1.71 [227B].
Caption: "Redbank, N.J. - An innovation in golfing. The Suneagle Golf Club at Redbank has a herd of sheep to crop the green and fairways, thus saving a mechanical mower. Seymour Dunn, the Club's pro wears kilts and plays the bagpipe to herd the sheep, while he also gives the players some tunes to chase the 'golf blues' away. - Doris Dunn putting, while Seymour Dunn, pro, watches, with the sheep in the background."