Sport: True to Form

Professional golfers are somewhat like race horses. They receive no salary for their competitive performances, are rewarded only when they finish in the money.

If golfing addicts paid as much heed to the past-performance charts of golf pros as racing addicts give to form sheets, no one would have been surprised last week when, at the close of the winter circuit, the Professional Golfers Association announced the top money-winners of the season. Leading the field for the second year in a row was British-born Harry Cooper of Chicopee, Mass., never yet Open champion...

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