Open Golf

A little man, aged 33, English-born, pro at Englewood Golf Club, N. J., weighing but 118 pounds and equipped with the slenderest of wrists, had, by consistently brilliant play, polished off three of the four rounds in the U. S. Open Golf Championship at the uniform rate of 74 strokes per round— which in each case was two over the difficult par.

When the little pro was at the 16th hole of the fourth and last round, Champion Bobby Jones had finished with a grand score of 300; William...

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