National Geographic : 1969 Mar
i, and FM, too... The first golf game in America was played in North Carolina in 1728. Since then, we've built nearly 300 golf courses. You can play in the mountains. Near the sea. Among beautiful pine-covered rolling hills. Almost anywhere. A free booklet describes our golf courses com pletely: Location, green fees, par, length and outstanding characteristics of each course. For your free copy,plus a beautiful book that describes other things to see and do in North Carolina, fill out and mail the coupon below. I'm fascinated. Send the book. NAME * ADDRESS I * CITY I 1 STATE ZIP CODE Mail to Dept. 414, Travel and Promotion Division, Dept. of Conservation and Development, Raleigh, N.C. 27602 * North Carolina I ,mmmmmmmmma First Game: In 1728, Scottish born Alex MacGrain was observed whacking an old feather ball in an open field near the town of Fayetteville. This is believed to be the first golf game played in America.