Golf: The Old Pro

Driving through Boston one day in 1952, Julius Boros, 32, the newly crowned U.S. Open champion, decided to run out and play a few holes of golf at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass., prize pasture of Brahmin duffers. "Sorry," he was told. "For members only." Last week, at 43, Boros finally got to play the course. After 90 holes of golf he struggled through crowds of backslappers on The Country Club's 18th green to pick up his $17,500 check as the U.S. Open champion of 1963. "They say," he smiled, "that life...

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