Sport: Like Father, Like Fun

Fourteen-year-old Robert Tyre Jones Jr. stood on the first tee of Philadelphia's Merion Cricket Club golf course, his palms clammy, his knees quaking. Murmurous around, the tee was a surf of faces. For Bobby Jones, Atlanta's Boy Wonder, was the youngest golfer ever to compete in the National Amateur.

That was 25 years ago, and last week 14-year-old Robert Tyre Jones III stood on the first tee of Chattanooga's Golf and Country Club, his palms clammy, his knees quaking. Murmurous around the tee was a surf of faces. For Bobby Jones III, only son...

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