Sport: A Single Stroke

Sunset at Troon, Scotland, on June 15 found A. G. Havers the winner by one stroke of the British open golf championship. That stroke separated him from Walter Hagen, titleholder. Third place went to MacDonald Smith of California; fourth, to Joe Kirkwood, Australian-born American.

A notable feature was the failure of the " Old Guard " of British golfers—Vardon, Ray, Braid, Mitchell, Duncan—to figure even feebly in the fight to win back for England the title that Jock Hutchinson and Walter Hagen had carried back with them across the ocean for two successive years....

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