Sport: At Portmarnock

It was the biggest crowd of women that had ever been seen on an Irish golf course. They scuttled along over the hillocks and through the furze of the seaside course at Portmarnock, Ireland, last week, dropping purses, strings of pearls and beads, rings, rosaries. They were following two 21-year-old English girls in the finals of the British Women's Golf Championship. One of the two, Enid Wilson, an inch over six feet tall, had won the medal. She had beaten Elsie Corlett who had put out the only American girl in the tournament in the third round. The other, a head...

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