Goldfinger - The Cup and the Lip Summary & Analysis

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The Cup and the Lip Summary

The golf game continues and Bond wins the second hole to even the score. On the third hole, Goldfinger's ball lands in some rough grass with a large tuft right behind the ball. Bonds watches as Goldfinger casually steps on the tuft to flatten it out, which is against the rules. Bond decides to let it go and resolves to keep an eye on Goldfinger's play. They tie the third and fourth holes to keep the score even. As Bond is hitting the ball off the tee on the fifth, a sudden clang distracts him, causing him to hit the ball wide. He turns quickly to see that the sound was Goldfinger dropping his club. Goldfinger apologizes, and Bond tells him not to do it again.

As they walk down the course, Goldfinger asks Bond...

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