Better without the players


"First Tee,'' by DIANNE BUNIS,  at Gallery Seven, in Maynard, Mass.

She specializes in large-format black and white photography of the New England landscape, using the Zone System.

With the decline of farming, golf courses are some of the few remaining open stretches of green (or brown) open land in much of the Northeast. That's nice, although they'd look better if they had animals grazing on them. They're wonderful to run in, in the winter.