From electronics to electrifying
CHASKA, Minn. -- The worst of Rich Beem's act as El Paso Country Club assistant golf pro was watching him work the counter alone. This promised to turn into George Costanza hi-jinks, Beem's ear to the telephone, talking to a member about a tee time when someone else suddenly marched to the register, trying to score a bucket of range balls and maybe a little advice on his driver. This was always sure to send the sleepy, Texas club on crises alert.
"He was going to screw up and piss one of ...
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