I have not had much to say about the head. The fact is that there is not much to say about the head that cannot better be said when dealing with the function of the eyes. The paramount duty of the head is to keep still, to keep in the place it was in at the moment of address both as regards distance from the hole and height from the ground until the ball has been struck. Then, and then only, is it released and allowed to become a portion of the movable machinery of the drive, and there are not wanting those who wish to deny it this privilege. However we shall have an opportunity of dealing fully with this aspect of the case when we come to consider in a future chapter what the eyes have to do.