Monday, February 11, 2008


I went to my source, a coffee-table book on The Masters, and found the guy's name. It was Bobby Cruickshank who bet $500 on Bobby Jones to win the Grand Slam of golf in 1930, which at that time consisted of the U.S. Open & Amateur and the British Open & Amateur. He won $60,000 (or so the story goes).

Its important I get this straight because now that Vox Veterana is linking to me, my readership will soon be vast. We certainly don't want to proliferate ignorance, do we?

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