Golf: Two for Mr. Clean

Few people enjoy their work as much as Doug Sanders does. A lanky, handsome Georgian who fancies brilliant blazers with 14-karat gold buttons, Sanders, 31, is the contemporary good-time Charlie of the pro-golf tour. Faced with a tricky shot, he has been known to march up to the prettiest face in the gallery, flash his warmest smile, and whisper hoarsely: "What do you suggest?" And at night¬ówell, his fellow pros don't call him "Daiquiri Doug" for nothing. "I've spilled more than Tony

Lema has swallowed," Sanders admits. "Einstein said you could get along on four hours of sleep a night....

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