Max Dickins – Dear Ray

dear-ray_31065_thumbI must say that I very much enjoyed the first ten minutes of this show.  However, it then became apparent that the eponymous Ray was not in fact Ray Floyd.  This is a clear oversight by Dickins, as Raymond’s extra long putter and unusual technique could have provided fertile ground for comedy.

A large portion of the show is set on the Isle of Wight, yet no mention is made of the delightful Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club (although not long at just over 6000 yards, the tight tree lined fairways and protected greens, set in a beautiful heathland setting, require good course management to enable you to return successful scores).  Max scrapes 2 golf balls on the basis that unlike most comedians, he would pass the dress code on a large number of golf courses.

Reviewer – Nick DildoGolf-Ball-on-TeeGolf-Ball-on-Tee

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