Bobby Jones


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United States golfer (1902-1971)

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A year later, Bobby Jones worked his magic at the U.S.
For decades, Bobby Jones has been, like Siesta Key Beach, Selby Gardens or the Ringling Museum, a place that defines Sarasota.
PORTADOWN YOUTH: James Hamilton, Mark Christie, Bobby Jones, John Scott, Nathan Thornton, Jonah Lowry, Lewis Fox, Ben Shanks, Frank McQuitty, Kurtis White, Josh Johnston, Ronan Watkins.
"When Bobby Jones had won the Grand Slam he came back and played a friendly here at the Old Course in St Andrews.
Rose, seeking to become only the seventh man in history after Bobby Jones (twice), Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Lee Trevino, Tom Watson and Tiger Woods to win the US Open and Open Championship in the same year, could only manage one birdie in a four-over 75.
He turned out to be as great a teacher as he was a player with a massive influence on Atlanta's most decorated son and daughter Bobby Jones and Alexa Stirling.
USPGA champion McIlroy faces Ireland's Shane Lowry in the Bobby Jones quarter, but the No.1 seed has been eliminated in the first round in two of the last three years.
He finished with a record score of 16-under-par on his way to an eight-shot victory, as the youngest winner since Bobby Jones in 1923.
His first two aces arrived at his former club, Brancepeth Castle, and his third on Augusta National's par three course, while studying on the Bobby Jones Memorial Scholarship at Emory University, Atlanta, in 2002.
Then goalkeeper Bobby Jones launched one of his best goal kicks, one bounce and into the roof of the net.
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.
From golf's finest and most challenging courses, to the golf legends of the past century (including Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Nancy Lopez, Tiger Woods, Annika Sorenstam, and more), to cherished artifacts and stories highlighting great moments, Sports Illustrated: The Golf Book is a "must-have" compendium for golf fans.
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.
He invokes the names and stories of Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Ben Hogan, Babe Didrickson Zaharius, Sam Snead, Walter Hagan, Bobby Jones and Tiger Woods, showing in each how what should be a relatively uncomplicated game can become as enlightening, messy, inspiring and frustrating as life itself.
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