Le Sueur Country Club
Along about the year 1926 in the late spring, Dr. R. M. Kraft, now living in St. Johns, Michigan, Ben Schlegel, now living in California, and the writer, Paul Eastwood, Sr. were enjoying a Sunday afternoon picnic dinner. In the course of the conversation Dr. Kraft said he thought it was about time for Le Sueur to build a golf club. The other two agreed that as long as it seemed to be the smart thing, for smart towns to do, certainly Le Sueur should keep abreast of the times. Ben said he had just the spot for it, out on his farm east of town. None of the three scarcely knew a golf ball from a yard stick, so agreed to get a hold of someone who did, and take a spin out to this Schlegel place.