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Sport: Smith 278; Jones 279

Last year about this time, at Pensacola, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Miami Beach and Pinehurst a young pro named Horton Smith, whom no one had ever heard of...

Sport: At St. Andrews

Because the British amateur championship was the only major golf event which Bobby Jones had never won, because he privately admitted that to win it was his...

Golf: Monument to the Game

The lucky fellow who wins this week's 32nd annual Masters tournament at Georgia's dogwood-dotted Augusta National Golf Club will receive a check for $20,000,...

Sport: At Interlachen

The rough and shrubbery of Interlachen Country Club near Minneapolis was last week sowed with pop bottles. Another fatted calf met its death in Atlanta...

Sport: Augusta National

Robert Tyre Jones II, for whom Georgia has killed a great many fatted calves, last week opened a new golf course of his own planning, the Augusta National...

Sport: After Jones

(See Front Cover) There are 6,000 golf courses in the U. S., 2,000 in the British Empire, only 1,000 in the rest of the world. Because two-thirds of the...

AERONAUTICS: Young Knights

In Atlanta on the 26th birthday of Robert Tyre Jones Jr., A. Wise Wood last week called Jones a "young knight" for refusing a $50,000 house and lot offered to...

Sport: Amateur Clubmen

The Brae Burn course, where the National Amateur Golf Championship was decided last week, lies in the shape of a green diminutive South America among the neat...

Sport: Masters in Augusta

The full meaning of the new Augusta National Golf Club, opened last winter (TIME, Jan. 23, 1933), is that of a monument to one of the finest sportsmen and...

At Oakmont

With the fortitude of men who have sown for other men's reaping the greens-gang of Oakmont Country Club (Pittsburgh) last week laid away mower, mattock and...

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