Conspirators are convinced we never actually walked on the moon. And if they are right, when Neil Armstrong took that famous step down, he was actually landing on the first tee at Royal St. George, site of this week's Open.
In the States, we call it the British Open but what do we know?
Royal St. George is odd. Really odd. They don't have bunkers, they have abysses. And, according to their website, inside the clubhouse "jackets and ties must be worn in the Smoking, Writing and Dining rooms."
We don't have Writing rooms in the States. Who writes? But at Royal St. George, you can't use your phones! No wonder they have to write. But we digress.
The Open begins Thursday. Our Top 10 list appears Thursday. That works nicely because we want your suggestions for this week's list: "Top 10 Comments at Royal St. George."
You can comment about anything, although no need to compare the course with the dark side of the moon because Queen has been there, done that. The comments could be about the course, the golfers or the game of golf itself.
Be snarky. We love snarky. As usual, send your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org -- including your first name, initial of your last name and your location. You have until noon Wednesday and, as already said, the list appears here Thursday.
One last piece of information: If you didn't know, Royal St. George is outside Sandwich, which is near Ham.
No, I am not kidding. There's even a road sign that gives you the choice of Ham or Sandwich. Chew on that.