Bobby Jones

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United States golfer (1902-1971)

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When Bobby Jones had won the Grand Slam he came back and played a friendly here at the Old Course in St Andrews.
It is a photo of a 13-year-old Bobby Jones after he won our club championship in August of 1915 six and five over 36 holes.
A Bobby Jones goal kick looped over the bar, almost creating a goal for the Stars.
And the great Bobby Jones was the runner-up at Worcester Country Club in 1925.
Although Ortiz recommends the full 47-inch shaft and cautions golfers who want to get the most out of the technology to stay at 46 inches or above, Bobby Jones Golf will, however, make the driver any length the customer desires.
The Lancashire links are where Bobby Jones became only the third amateur to win The Open in 1926 and in its most recent staging of the championship David Duval won nine years ago.
It was almost the hour mark before the hosts created their first clear-cut chance and it followed some inspirational play for Josh Russell who fed Bobby Jones but Lee Kendall saved well.
Peter Doran put the hosts in front in the sixth minute when he cracked a firm shot past visitors' keeper Andy Mulliner from 25 yards and Bobby Jones added a second, with 14 minutes remaining, a superb drive across the visitors' stopper.
On hand for the event in the photo below are, back row, from left, John Smith, Dennis Ledonne, Robert Bruno, Bobby Jones, Joseph Moscioni; row three, from left, Fusco Louis, Jakob Ntellas, Thomas Ingrain, Samuel Mantilla, James Barnett, Anthony Morro, Barry Berger; row 2, from left, Carmel Lumia, Thomas Healy, NSO Charles Musante, Francis Donohue; and front row, NSO Tony Ntellas.
The course that Bobby Jones built for the tournament that has become one of the most popular in golf will present its 70th Masters field with many of the same club-selection choices Nicklaus faced en route to his sixth Masters title in 1986.
95) receives Emilia Fox's British voice and acting prowess as it tells of one Bobby Jones, who discovers an injured man and hears his last words before he dies.
Although Bobby Jones enjoyed success on his field of play and remains one of golf's most celebrated athletes, he did not perform in Hollywood features, as did Dempsey, Ruth, and Grange.
If Jay-Z wants to make a video, and people want to see it, our job is to give him a voice, just as our job is to give a voice to the people who do Bobby Jones Gospel.
His book on Bobby Jones will be published by John Wiley & Sons next year.
How those glorious names used to shake down the thunder from the sky: Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey, Red Grange, Johnny Weissmuller, Bill Tilden, Tommy Hitchcock, Sonja Henie, Charlie Paddock, Bobby Jones, and Paavo Nurmi.