Sport: Two Old Masters

The annual Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta, Ga., probably holds more memories, happy and unhappy, than any other in the world. It was there that Gene Sarazen shot his famed double eagle, holing out with a 220-yd. wood shot for a two on a par five hole, to tie and later win in 1935. Last week Old Pro Sarazen, now 50, carried away another memory: a "shocking" eight, five over par, on the short 12th hole. For the first time in 30 years of tournament play, Sarazen quit in disgust. But not Sam Snead....

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