Sport: Professional Golf

Thirty-two U. S. golf clubs were minus their professionals last week. The 32 had absconded simultaneously to the bottom of the State of Indiana, there to dispute the Professional Golfers' Association championship over the French Lick Links. Qualifying rounds having been played by districts (TIME, Sept. 8), the 32 plunged into match play without ado. Fur flew in the second round, when Gene Sarazen, of Briarcliff, N. Y., champion these two years, was suddenly ousted by an "unknown," one Larry Nabholtz, of Lima, Ohio. Nabholtz nabbed "the Grinning Runt" at the 35th green. Bobby...

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