Golf: Oct. 8, 1923

Professionals. At Pelham, N. Y., 64 leading golf professionals congregated. The early rounds of the tourney proved to be but perfunctory preliminaries to another outburst of the rivalry between Walter Hagen, New York "dude," and Gene Sarazen, abbreviated Italian from Briarcliff (N. Y.) as to which is the best professional match-play golfer in the country. Thousands followed the two to their 38th green, where the Italian with a birdie 3 finally pinioned his urbane opponent and renewed his lease on the P.G.A. title.

During the week Sarazen...

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