Originally published 2003
Every golfer has a waggle- A waggle o' his ain- A wiggle-waggle, long and short, Wi' flourishes or plain.
The long and quick, the short and quick, Long, short, and quick and slow; The variety is infinite That golfin' waggles show.
The sprightly waggle of success, Dull waggle of defeat; The weary waggle-wasting time,
The waggle of conceit.
The waggle of the swanky pro, Of "Far and Sure" design; The feeble waggle of old age, That preludes "off the line."
The caddie's waggle-dry asides, That golfers whiles maun suffer; And worst o' waggles on the links, The waggle of the duffer.
The waggle shows the waggler, Be the waggle slow or quick; There is mair into the waggle, Than the waggle o' the stick
Poem courtesy The Fife Herald