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For three years Walter Hagen has held the professional golf championship. Last week, at Garden City, he won it for the fourth time, beating Leo Diegel in the finals, 4 up and 3 to go. Diegel was always trying. Again and again he had an assured, an unassailable advantage on a hole—and lost. When an opponent challenges, Hagen rejoices. At the fifth hole in the morning Diegel sent a beautiful drive down the the middle of the fairway. Hagen was in a pit. Instead of resorting to an explosion shot he tried to flick the...

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