The anywhere game

April 14, 1991

The appeal of baseball is as diverse as the places where it's played

MONUMENT VALLEY TRIBAL PARK, ARIZONA
PULASKI, VIRGINIA
LINCOLN TUNNEL, WEEHAWKEN, NEW JERSEY
MANHATTAN, NEW YORK CITY
COMMERCE, OKLAHOMA
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
ORLEANS, MASSACHUSETTS

PHOTOMONTY ROESSEL; PHOTOGRAPH FROM BASEBALL IN AMERICA © 1991 PUBLISHED BY COLLINS PUBLISHERS, SAN FRANCISCO PHOTOJOE McNALLY; PHOTOGRAPH FROM BASEBALL IN AMERICA © 1991 PUBLISHED BY COLLINS PUBLISHERS, SAN FRANCISCO
PHOTORICH CLARKSON; PHOTOGRAPH FROM BASEBALL IN AMERICA © 1991 PUBLISHED BY COLLINS PUBLISHERS, SAN FRANCISCO PHOTOCHRIS MAYNARD; PHOTOGRAPH FROM BASEBALL IN AMERICA © 1991 PUBLISHED BY COLLINS PUBLISHERS, SAN FRANCISCO PHOTOBILL FRAKES; PHOTOGRAPH FROM BASEBALL IN AMERICA © 1991 PUBLISHED BY COLLINS PUBLISHERS, SAN FRANCISCO PHOTOGEORGE OLSON; PHOTOGRAPH FROM BASEBALL IN AMERICA © 1991 PUBLISHED BY COLLINS PUBLISHERS, SAN FRANCISCO PHOTOJOEL MEYEROWITZ; PHOTOGRAPH FROM BASEBALL IN AMERICA © 1991 PUBLISHED BY COLLINS PUBLISHERS, SAN FRANCISCO

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)