After 10 holes, he sped into the clubhouse to conduct an interview with Nigel Paine, chief executive of the Scottish Council for Educational Technology, before hurtling off for a chin-wag with Tony Blair and then John Major.
Bill Gates, boss of Microsoft, obviously had his priorities right on a recent flying visit to Britain. He stepped off his transatlantic flight straight on to the golf course for a few rounds of ball-bashing. Not any course, either. Wentworth, home to the great champions.
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