Sport: At Garden City

The Garden City Golf Club, where the National Amateur Golf Championship was played last week, is an extraordinary institution. No women have ever been allowed in its low oak-paneled clubhouse. The course, sprawling over four sandy miles of Long Island's central plain, is dotted with ghoulish hazards placed there by the late Walter J. Travis, the club's most famed member and the best golfer in the U. S. at the turn of the Century. Most famed hazard designed by Golfer Travis is a deep pit. the size of a giant's grave, beside...

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