There was a time when they moved the tees up twenty yards and cut the hole on the front of the green. Don’t lay back, echoed the voice, give that ball a ride and take a run at eagle. That time was Saturday afternoon, when no voice of reason accompanied any of the 16 golfers contesting singles matches at NGLA’s Walker Cup. Sixteen times the driver smashed into the lifeless white orb and 16 times the green was missed. In bunkers, briar patches, gnarly rough and deep fairway pockets. Putts and chips rolled up to cliffs and tumbled backward, off the putting surface. In all, two birdies and three bogies accompanied eleven pars to the dance at the second tee, where another driveable par four awaited its turn. Here are images from Saturday afternoon at the fun house.