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Robert Tyre "Bobby" Jones Jr. (March 17, 1902 – December 18, 1971) was one of the greatest golfers to ever compete. Jones skills took him to golf's summit in the days when amateur golf was respected and held in much higher esteem than the professional game. (I will be talking of Walter Hagen in America and of Henry Cotton in Britain and their importance to the transformation of public attitude towards the professional game in future Blogs)Jones succeeded on both a national and international level winning championships on both sides of the pond.
Peter Jacobsen hosts a clinic at the 2012 Umpqua Bank Challenge in Portland, Oregon.
Player Profiles - Willie Anderson Featured
With his roots firmly planted in Scotland, William (Willie) Anderson came to the United States as a teenager, bringing his passion and love for the game along with him. A famous author (Mark Twain) once called golf a "long walk, spoiled", and in the case of Williams it is a cross Atlantic trek, bolded.