"I’m gambling that when we get into the next life, Saint Peter will look at us and ask, “Golfer?” And when we nod, he will step aside and say, “Go right in; you’ve suffered enough.”"

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I’m gambling that when we get into the next life, Saint Peter will look at us and ask, “Golfer?” And when we nod, he will step aside and say, “Go right in; you’ve suffered enough.”

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About the Author: Jim Murray

Jim Murray
James Patrick Murray was an American sportswriter. He worked at the Los Angeles Times from 1961 until his death in 1998, and his column was nationally syndicated.

Among his many achievements was winning the NSSA's Sportswriter of the Year award an astounding 14 times.

Born: 29 December 1919, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Died: 16 August 1998, Los Angeles, California, United States
Awards: Pulitzer Prize for Commentary

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