Joe O'Shea

Lifelong Storyteller

Fed Golfers Take Swings, Trade Laughs, at Fall Tournament

While Mark Twain once argued that “golf is a good walk, spoiled,” the famous author never attended a Federal Reserve Bank of Boston golf tournament, where fun is the first order of the day. The bank’s most recent tournament, which took place on a picture-perfect, mid-September day at the South Shore Country Club in Hingham was more like a "good walk, spoiled” -- only by laughs, good-natured ribbing, whiffs, slices, hooks and, in the end, some pretty good golf.
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