Sport: I'm Not Sorry

When the world's best professional and amateur golfers gathered at Rochester's Oak Hill Country Club last week for the 56th National Open, there was a hot sun in the sky and nerve-twanging tension in the air. Before the first round was done, scurrying officials had to flip four times through their complex rule books (sample heading: Hole Made by Burrowing Animal) to settle rhubarbs, including one in favor of Henry Cotton, oldtime monarch of British golf, who was accused of not owning up to an extra stroke. "I said I didn't have a go...

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