Sport: Who Won, Jul. 18, 1938

¶ Husky, 40-year-old Reginald A. Whitcombe, youngest of Britain's three famed Whitcombe brothers who during the past 15 years have won almost every major golfing prize in the Empire: the British Open golf championship; defeating a predominantly British field; with a 72-hole score of 295, two strokes better than second-place Jim Adams of Scotland and three strokes better than the favorite, Defending Champion Henry Cotton, considered by many the world's No. 1 professional golfer; at Sandwich. To Brother Reggie went the distinction of being the first of the Whitcombes to win the...

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