Sport: After 30 Years

Whether by design or accident, each one of the seven sons of Vitale Turnesa, onetime day laborer at New York's Fairview Country Club became, in turn, a caddy and then a golfer of note. Today, the Turnesa boys make up golf's royal family. Last week, Vitale's sixth son, Jim, 38, added another jewel to the family crown: the P.O.A. championship.

A match play tournament—one bad round and you're out—the P.G.A. has long eluded the Turnesa family. In 1927, a year after he lost the U.S. Open by a stroke to Bobby Jones, Joe Turnesa lost...

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