Lovejoy makes the acquaintance of a decent, honorable, and extremely wealthy Japanese businessman, Mr. Kashimoto, who wants to become a member of a very elite golf country club where Jane's family has enjoyed a membership since its incorporation. The snobbish board of directors blackball Kashimoto out of hand, but despite their rejection, the courteous businessman wishes to present them with an appropriately honorable gift. After Lovejoy and Jane are expelled from the club for inappropriate behavior and Eric ruins a friend's bathroom with an old flintlock rifle, Tink finds an appropriately historic golf club for Kashimoto, and Lovejoy discovers some unexpected skeletons in the closets of the board of directors. Written by
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[Admiring one of Lovejoy's garish coffee mugs, "Golfers Do It With Balls!"
Where can I get such china, please? Most amusing.
A gift to Mr. Kashimoto. Yours to empty. Yours to hold.