Sport: Wanted: Less Sunshine

The golfing duffer thinks of hazards in terms of hooks, slices, traps, bunkers, putts that won't drop. These things are nothing much in the life of P. G. A. Champion Byron Nelson. He is used to them, takes them as they come. What gets him down is good weather. Says he: "Give me an overcast day, and I'll give you a low golf score. Comes sunshine and the score goes up. Why? Because your eyes get tired and you lose your ability to judge distance."

In the bright Florida sunshine last week the lean, taciturn ex-open champion armored himself against...

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