Sport: Ladies' Day

After a winter of high winds and rain-soaked, skittery greens wherever they played, the leg-weary lady golf pros straggled into Augusta, Ga. last week for the $5,000 Titleholders championship, climax of the Southern campaign. Their luck was still bad. The weather would have discouraged a Marlboro man.

The temperature dropped and the breeze freshened. Rain was all that was needed to turn each tightly trapped, tree-shrouded fairway of the Augusta Country Club into a sea of trouble—and the rains came. Newcomers to the brooding pressure of the tournament circuit knew the jitters that separate the golfers from the girls. "I know how...

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