Bobby Jones
Bobby Jones
In 1930, Bobby Jones {1902-1971} became the first, and still the only, person ever to win the Grand Slam of golf. Later that year, at the age of 28, he retired from competition, having won a career total of 13 major titles, including three British Open and four U.S. Open Championships. In 1934, Jones helped establish the prestigious Masters Tournament. Later, he designed golf courses, made instructional films, and wrote several books about the sport of golf.
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