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Topic - Bobby Jones
It’s the most recognizable landmark in American golf. From the veranda, you can peer down Magnolia Lane to Founders Circle, which pays tribute to Masters Tournament co-founders Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts.
Count them on one hand – five generations of one family who have attended the Masters Tournament.
The memories at the Masters aren't just about golf for Arnold Palmer.
In a story that moved June 25, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Frank Stranahan lost in the championship match of the 1954 U.S. Amateur to Arnold Palmer. Stranahan lost to Palmer in the fifth round.
Frank Stranahan, the premier amateur of his era who contended for majors and was the first notable player to make fitness a regimen in golf, has died. He was 90.
At some point after he won the 1986 Masters, Jack Nicklaus lost two major championships. He's just not sure when.
Royal Lytham & St. Annes has a history of identifying the best player in golf.
He looks at Keeler and says, “We’re standing on the first tee.
He said, ‘Dan, when you’re swinging at a golf ball remember two things.