Sport: No Flash

Young Mr. A. G. Havers who led Hagen, Smith, Kirkwood by the nose at Troon last June for the British open golf championship, has proved himself no flash in the pan. Shortly after, at Gleneagles, he led another brilliant field. Last week, at St. Albans, Verulam, Havers won the £450 stake with 75-67-142. The previous course record, held by Braid, was 74.

Colossal tee-shots feature Havers' game. At Gleneagles he spanked one for 410 yards. (E. C. Bliss is credited with the longest authenticated drive — 445 yards, August, 1913, at Herne Bay,...

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