Its 200 members have found an esoteric use for wood and iron. It was begun in 1962, since then it has travelled all over the UK and the rest of Europe. And it regularly uses the homonyms for ‘for’ and ‘tea’.

It is, of course, the Law Society Golf Club, and it’s looking for new recruits, in particular under 50-year-olds. It’s worth joining just for the 2013 fixtures list. You might find yourself teeing off in Paris, hacking your way out of the rough in County Wicklow or sinking your putt in Scarborough (but not all in the same match). Full details are on its website: