Sport: Masters in Augusta

The full meaning of the new Augusta National Golf Club, opened last winter (TIME, Jan. 23, 1933), is that of a monument to one of the finest sportsmen and sporting careers ever known. Men from all over the country contributed to the building of a '"perfect" course that should embody everything Bobby Jones thought best in the game, and that should have Bobby Jones for its president.

And the full meaning of the Masters' Invitation Open Tournament held over this rolling, pine-fringed course last week was missed by those sportswriters who harped on "Bobby...

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