Sport: At Broadstone

When a girl starts to learn golf in England the professional who gives her her first lesson usually begins by showing her some photographs of Joyce Wethered. Putting, chipping, driving. Miss Wethered's supple shadow has thus come to dominate women's golf abroad and, to a large extent, in the U. S. Since Miss Wethered seldom bothers to play in tournaments any more, the British Women's National played without her last week at Broadstone was little more than a series of illustrations of how well or badly England's golfstresses had mastered their copybook. Mrs....

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