Sport: At Blue Mound

Unlike the United States Golf Association, the Professional Golfers' Association controls no clubs. Its annual tournament is held wherever and whenever the prospects for prize money are most favorable. When, early in July, a group of Milwaukee businessmen offered to guarantee $9,000 in prizes if the professionals would play at the Blue Mound Country Club, the P. G. A. accepted. The only problem was the date of the tournament. To make sure of a first-class field, officials agreed to let members of the Ryder Cup team enter without qualifying in their sections. Nonetheless,...

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