Sport: Two Yanks at Carnoustie

The crowd, the course and the weather were all peculiarly Scottish, but the winning golf in last week's British Amateur was an American monopoly. While a stinging wind whipped rain over Carnoustie course, two former U.S. amateur titleholders made it the first all-American final in the Amateur's 62-year history.

Little Willie Turnesa, only amateur among the seven famed golfing Turnesa brothers, was the first to reach the final. Finishing early, he then helped out his Walker Cup team mate, Dick Chapman, who was having trouble in his semifinal round. Turnesa held an umbrella over Dick's head while he played his short game,...

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