"Louis B. Mayer admired 'class' and wanted badly to possess it. Told that golf was a classy American sport, he at once took it up. But he never seemed to get the hang of it, never quite understood that it was scored in strokes. Instead he saw it as a kind of race. He employed two caddies. One caddy was posted down the fairway to locate the ball at once. Meanwhile caddy number two would run ahead, Mayer pelting behind him, to station himself for the next shot. The game over, Mayer would consult his watch. 'We made it in one hour and seven minutes! Three minutes better than yesterday.'"